Here’s a few heritage projects, funded by the Forestry Commission & the Heritage Lottery Fund that you may be interested in. The idea is to make a new trail into the forest to link and interpret its landscape history, wildlife and forest management. Please note, these are Forestry Commission projects, not Brandon Heritage Centre, so contact details are at the bottom of this message for anyone interested. 🙂
FRIDAY 30th MARCH, 10am to 4pm
Receive training in how to monitor archaeological sites to help protect and conserve them.
SUNDAY 15th APRIL, 9am to 1pm
Take part in a conservation task to improve the habitat for Great-Crested Newts
SATURDAY 21st APRIL, 10am to 4pm
Learn how to recognise different tree species and veteran trees.
FRIDAY 27th APRIL, 10am to 4pm
Learn how to identify birds of High Lodge and Thetford Forest
The workshops will take place at the Oak Lodge Community Building at High Lodge and outdoors at High Lodge. Instructions and information will be sent to those booking places. All activities are free to participants and those who have booked a place will not have to pay the site entry charge.
To book a place for any of the workshops listed above.
email – firstname.lastname@example.org
telephone – 0300 067 4400
write to – Project Manager, High Lodge Heritage Project, Forest District Office, Santon Downham, Brandon, Suffolk IP27 0TJ.