We Support

woodland trust

We are proud to support The Woodland Trust which has since become the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity. Since 1972 they’ve worked tirelessly to ensure the woodlands we and future generations can enjoy are preserved to ensure a functioning clean environment.

They now care for 1,000 woods, covering 26,000 hectares across the UK that support more species than any other UK landscape, however this much-needed element of nature faces many threats, including developments, such as new roads and airports expansions and what we believe is its greatest threat, climate change.

By acquiring woods, woodland sites, campaigning for better protection of woodland and working in partnership with others, the trust aims to protect and restore the UK’s precious woodland heritage to its full glory.

Their objectives:

  • No future loss of ancient woodland
  • The production of new native woodland
  • Restoring and improvement woodland biodiversity
  • Increasing peoples understanding and enjoyment of woods

Please help them continue the vital work by selecting them as your charity and by doing so helping to ensure that the special peace and beauty of our native woodland will still be here for the future.

To find out more about their work and how you can get involved, you can visit

Or to make a direct donation, please donate direct:

The Woodland Trust is a charity registered in England and Wales, 294344 and in Scotland,SC038885


We understand the importance of proactive political change where governmental policies can positively impact environmental legislation.

We proudly support an environmentally-focused charity that’s been active for over 100 years seeking to improve our environment. Environmental Protection UK (EPUK) is one of the UK’s oldest civil society associations.

It aims to continue to improve the quality of life of all UK residents by working for a cleaner, healthier and a more sustainable UK.

Being a national charity, it provides expert policy analysis and information on not just land quality but also air and noise quality and their effects on people and communities in terms of a wide range of issues including public health, planning, transport, energy and climate.

We understand the need for EPUK’s valuable work in particular to landfills’ decomposing waste which is responsible for contamination of soil, groundwater, and nearby vegetation. These factors present a significant risk to human health and the environment, and with increasing pressure to redevelop brownfield land to meet the UK’s housing demands, land quality continues to rise up the environmental agenda.

EPUK’s land quality work is aimed at promoting integrated policies and practices that encourage the use and reuse of land in a way that protects human health and the environment.

They offer clear and critical analysis of UK government policy proposals through a range of high-quality publications and expert-led events, as well as up-to-date regulatory information through a comprehensive guide to UK legislation by bringing together policy-makers, business, local authorities and academics to enable and foster successful partnerships for environmental action and provide networking opportunities to support the careers of environmental professionals and allow them to share best practice.

To help EPUK to continue its work please visit their website:

Or to make a direct donation, please donate direct:

EPUK is a registered charity in England and Wales, 221026; and in Scotland, SC040990

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