Do you remember when the Henley in Transition (HIT) Group, with a lot of help from our friends, planted Tilebarn Wood five years ago on 26th November 2011?
They planted 270 native trees providing a wildlife haven and picnic and recreation area for local families. Since then they have been tending the area and the one acre wood is flourishing.
The HIT group is planning a re-union this Saturday, 26 November 2016 to see how well the trees are growing, tidy up a bit and plant one or two new trees and they would like to extend the invitation to others to join them to celebrate and share ideas for the next steps. Please join them at 10.00am on site and bring coffee and cake.
If you’d like to know more Contact: Gill and Malcolm Dodds 01491 410173, mobile 07767371336
For those who would like to explore further there will be a wildlife walk from Tilebarn Wood along the various paths and roads, around Gillotts Field, down over the Valley Road chalk bank and back to the Henley College car park in Tilebarn Close off Deanfield Road. Meet at Tilebarn Wood by 10:30am. Dogs welcome (but bring your poo bags).
Leader: Sally Rankin, tel. 01491 578633, mobile 07941 207687
How to find Tilebarn Wood
Tilebarn Wood is sited off of Deanfield Road, down Tilebarn Close, through the Henley College Car Park at the end and pick up the footpath alongside the college playing fields. You will find us on the slope, above the Sue Ryder Memorial Wood, which is entered by the kissing gate.
Here is a map showing the location of Tilebarn Wood
You can park in Tilebarn Close, off Deanfield Road.