The Thornborough and Coombs Woodland Enterprise Trust was established in 2015 to preserve and enhance 168 acres of green space within Thornborough parish, near Buckingham, known as Thornborough Community Woodlands and Coombs Quarry.
The area is fully enclosed and separated from main roads and farmland by clear boundaries to provide many well signposted walking routes, which makes it a large open space that is unusually safe, particularly for dogs and children.
Two of the interesting things spotted in the woods recently:
The White Letter Hairstreak Butterfly is widely but patchily distributed across most of England. The spread of Dutch elm disease in the 1970s had a major impact on the British population, but it has since recovered well in places and is still increasing its range.
A night of fun, food and fundraising
Click here for news of our annual fundraising dinner
Notice of our AGM
13th September 18, 7.30 @ Two Brewers Thornborough
Thank you for your support
We rely on you to keep the woodlands safe and looking good.
All of our activities rely on individual and corpoate support. If you would like to help us you can make a donation through Local Giving, a secure way of making a single or multiple gift. Just click on the link below! Alternatively if you could help us by sponsoring some of our activities click here to contact us
Remember to enhance your donation through Gift Aid. Your donation will be increased by 20% as HMRC refunds the tax that you have paid on your gift.
Our thanks also go to Steve Hall Photography for the use of his images