Ashford Community Woodland, next to Singleton Environment Centre, is managed by a volunteer group. It was established in 2000 as a Millennium Project.
Each month the group carries out a practical task day on the first Saturday of the month at 10am in the woodland.
Volunteers are always welcome to go along and join in and there are various levels of task for all abilities. These include tree-planting and thinning, laying dead hedges, litter picking, path clearing and a variety of other tasks according to the season.
Extra task days are held when there is a need for more work to be carried out – such as meadow-raking in the summer.
Just turn up in the car park off Singleton Hill wearing suitable clothes. Tools, gloves and refreshments are provided.
For more information visit the Ashford Community Woodland website
This map is included in a free informative leaflet available at the Centre.