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Become a Friend

For just £5 a month or £55 for a year you can become a Friend of The Woodmeadow Trust and support a rich pocket of nature and help us sow the joys of woodmeadows across the UK. Watch your own patch of wildflowers, native trees and shrubs change from year to year and join like-minded people, passionate about nature and wildlife.

By becoming a Friend, you will help fund the work of Woodmeadow Trust. Our research is leading the re-wilding of our countryside, restoring lost wildflowers and renewing pollinator habitats that have declined so drastically. The research, maintenance, planting and education involved on the site all require dedicated care and your support is vital.

If you would like to help us even more, please consider becoming a major benefactor.

Benefits of Becoming a Friend

You sponsor a square (nearly the size of two tennis courts 400m2) in Three Hagges Woodmeadow and receive a host of benefits:

  • Priority booking for our events
  • Free or discounted places on our events and courses
  • Invitations to our expert guided walks
  • The opportunity to name your square (this can be as an individual, a family or in memory of a loved one) and have this displayed on our supporters board at Three Hagges Woodmeadow and on our website.  Have a look at our current friends
  • An invitation to our annual Drinks in the Woodmeadow event
  • Receive regular updates and newsletters
  • Friends certificate

Join Now - Membership Options

  • £5 a month
  • £55 a year

We will use your gift to

  • Continue the work of creating and managing Three Hagges Woodmeadow.
  • Monitor and research best practice for creating wildlife habitat for biodiversity.
  • Offer education to children and adults on nature and ecology through events and workshops.
  • Encourage gardeners, communities, farmers and land managers to create new woodmeadows across the UK.
  • Raise awareness about our vulnerable native flora.
  • Build a team of volunteers to gain new skills, build a community and enjoy nature.
  • Communicate our progress.