The friends of Ruscombe wood (Forwood) are a friendly group of volunteers working for the conservation of a beautiful piece of woodland, found off Castle End Road in Ruscombe. The local people call it bluebell wood because of the carpet of bluebells that can be found there every spring. The group was formed in 1992 following a public walk and meeting instigated by the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV); who felt that the wood was a prime site for reviving its traditional management for the benefit of both the flora and fauna and the public.
Forwood: Friends of Ruscombe Wood, conserving the Woodland
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Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Stephen Loyd
- 0118 934 5784
When is it On/Open ?
- Date & Time Information
Forwood volunteers meet monthly, usually on the 1st Saturday of each month from 10am to 1 pm
Costs and Fee Information
- Cost details
There are no subsriptions to join the group
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