YDMT Woodland Open Day
Kids Stuff, Conservation, Walk, Supporter Day
This is a chance to visit our current Supporter Woodland.
Ormsgill Wood is a short distance from the village of Airton in a peaceful area of open countryside with views across Malhamdale.
Streams run throughout the Ormsgill woodland site (headwaters of the river Aire) so species planted are appropriate for wetland areas. These native tree species now form a series of new gill woodlands which also provide habitat suitable for black grouse. 20,510 trees are planted in total including: Downy Birch, Silver Birch, Rowan, Hazel, Bird Cherry, Sessile Oak, Goat Willow and Hawthorn.
All the saplings have been planted with individual tree guards to protect them from harsh weather conditions and damage caused by rabbits, and the site has been fenced to prevent damage from livestock.
The woodland is situated on private land with no public parking – there are footpaths which cross the area offering good views of the young woodland. These Open Days offer the opportunity for you to explore the site.
Date Fri 16 June and Sat 17 June 2017
Time 10am - 4pm
Location Nr Airton - complete directions to be provided upon request
Age All ages (accompanied children)
Cost Free. Donations welcome to support our woodland restoration work.
Booking Please call us on 015242 51002 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place at the open day. We will send you full details and directions.