Due to the extraordinary times we are in we have had to postpone all of our public engagements and physical events from March 2020 ... until the impact of Covid-19 has passed. We do expect, however, to be staying connected through social media (links on the right of this page) and through blogs, which will be outlining what we are getting up to during lockdown. Please join in the conversation to bring light and hope through difficult times.      

April 1

Landscape Leaders Training day

We'll be joining farmers Sam and Candida Hodgson at Glencoyne Farm, Ullswater, helping out with a training day, facilitated by Friends of the Lake District

March 25

Public Walk to the Little Asby Hawthorn

Join us to walk from Great Asby, over magnificent limestone pavements, to meet the Little Asby Hawthorn

March 18

Tree planting and restoration, Duddon Valley

Joining volunteers and arboreal experts from the Forestry Commission and John Muir Trust caring for woodlands in the Duddon Valley. 

March 17

i-Porter: Rob’s film on show at The Box, Kendal

In 2014 Rob worked as a porter on the trail to Everest Base Camp, photographing and interviewing other porters along the way. His film i-Porter premiers at The Box, Kendal.

March 7

Canopy: Joined up thinking about trees

Delighted to be taking part in a weekend dedicated to creative brainstorming about ways to celebrate trees and get people involved in the development of the new Charter for Trees, Woods and People, with the Woodland Trust. We'll be presenting some of our work to date from The Long View

February 19

Presenting at the Tree Charter Champions Day, Sheffield

A gathering of champions as we share ideas and discuss the Charter - why trees matter, and what we can do to stand up for them. 

January 29

We're Champions for the campaign for a new Charter for Trees, Woods and People

We're delighted to be Champions for the campaign for a new Charter for Trees, Woods and People, which is being led by the Woodland Trust in partnership with over 70 organisations across the country. Our focus will be The Long View, a two-year project centring on seven remarkably ordinary trees in Cumbria, with walks, school work, and many conversations, our relationship to trees in general and to the environments around us.


January 21

5 in 5 : the 555 tour

An unusual way to kick off a new year. A while back we pledged that when we reached 555 followers on Facebook we would jump on the 555 bus and travel through the middle of the Lake District, stopping at five pubs. As it happened the A591 was closed just north of Grasmere, thanks to damage caused during Storm Desmond. Here's what happened. 5, 5 & 5 on the 555 

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