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 2nd and 3rd August, 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...
Dufton Ghyll Wood
Taken over by the Trust in 1980, a replanting programme has seen the surviving mature beech, oak, sycamore, sweet chestnut and elm complemented by young, native broadleaves. It is one of the few remaining Northwest outposts for the native red squirrel.
Hebblethwaite Hall Wood
This is a semi-natural ancient woodland in the Yorkshire Dales. From the footpath, which runs the length of the wood, there are impressive views of many small waterfalls. An abandoned bobbin mill can also be found to the east of the wood.