The Big Positive Pledge with Nationwide
Woodlands play a crucial role in helping manage climate change. Come along to the Big Positive Weekend and see how you can help plant thousands of native trees nationwide.
On the 12th and 13th July you have the chance to make your pledge. We've got a great woodland setting and a photo booth, so your pledge can be captured and shared, enabling you to inspire others to make their own pledge too.
See more on what Nationwide is doing to protect our environment:
Why not take a walk in a local woodland...
Martinshaw Wood, Ratby & Groby
Owned and managed by the Trust, this site is also part of the National Forest and on the Leicester Ivanhoe Trail. Originally a plantation of mainly conifers it is now very much a mixed woodland environment.
Burroughs Wood, Ratby
Burroughs Wood encompasses two large sites, one with ancient origins, the other a newer woodland. A well used site, particularly along the public and permissive bridleways. Getting around is easy, with gentle and undulating slopes.
Centenary Wood & Royal Tigers, Bagworth
A large site named partly in commemoration of the Royal Leicestershire Regiment; a living memorial to them can be found within the woodland. Hedgerows, a stream, mature trees and open grassland add to the biodiversity of the site.