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We are delighted to be working with Thames21 and the London Borough of Enfield Restoring Enfield Chase.

More information about the project:

There's more information about this project in an article on the Enfield Dispatch website

written by Stephen Haywood from Thames21.

Stephen suggests that there should be a Friends of Enfield Chase group.

Volunteers are required for the mass tree planting programme.

Woodland Creation
The woodland scheme was featured on
Countryfile (Sunday 22 November 2020)

Join us as part of Enfield Council’s Restoration of Enfield Chase project to help create
one of London’s newest woodlands.

We have 50,000 trees to plant this season and really need your help to make it happen!

These events starts at 10am and we aim to wrap up by 3pm

Meeting point is at: Botany Bay Farm & Shop, 230 The Ridgeway, Botany Bay, Enfield EN2 8AP.

Wellies, gloves, tools, and tea, coffee and biscuits provided but please bring your own lunch and drinking water.

Please dress appropriately for the weather – many sites are very open to the elements.

There is a maximum number of 15 places so please book on the website. Each person volunteering must complete the registration form and unfortunately we won’t be able to take any additional people on the day.

We kindly ask all corporate group bookings to contact

Trees for Rivers
Community Tree Planting, Enfield Chase at Botany Bay Farm & Shop
Please contact to book your place
We kindly ask all corporate group bookings to contact
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The Hertfordshire & Middlesex Wildlife Trust

No matter where you are in the UK, there is a Wildlife Trust inspiring people about the natural world and saving, protecting and standing up for wildlife and wild places near you.  The Wildlife Trusts has a nationwide network of 47 local trusts, dedicated to the achievement of a United Kingdom richer in wildlife. The Wildlife Trusts collectively care for more than 2,300 nature reserves and between them have more than 800,000 members.


The Herts & Middlesex Wildlife Trust cares for more than 40 nature reserves which provide protection for some of our rarest and most important wildlife, and much of the work to look after the reserves is carried out by volunteers. These reserves give people the opportunity to enjoy and appreciate the rich variety of habitats which were once widespread in our counties.

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