This is our latest news.
Our meetings have been cancelled owing to the ‘lockdown’. We do not know when our next open public meeting will be. In the meantime… the woods are open for exercise and recreation. Please be considerate towards other users – observe social distancing and take your rubbish home.Read More
The planned meeting, which was to have been held on April 29th has been postponed. Hopefully our talk from Peter Hammond can be re-arranged into the 2020-21 season. The paths in the woods remain open for visitors, but please avoid contact with other users.Read More
Our next planned meeting, at the Village Hall on Wednesday 25th March has been cancelled. The group are working on an action plan (see ‘Resources’ tab). Have a read through and email email@example.com with your suggestions or comments.Read More
The November 2019 meeting of the Friends will take place on the 27th at 7:30pm at The Village Hall, NG15 8FB. Emily Gillott of Nottinghamshire County Council Archaeology Service will discuss the history and archaeology of Rufford Abbey. Members and non-members welcome.Read More
Josh Wells of Nottingham Trent University will speak to us about the project to control flooding in Southwell by managing land-use. Non-members are welcome to attend. Our AGM will take place on October 30th See our ‘volunteering’ page for details of workdays. Line Dancing Evening, with Cliff Hall. Friday 18th October, 7pm-11pm at the Village…Read More
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a grant from Nottinghamshire County Council Local Improvement Scheme Capital Fund. The money will allow us to continue our footpath improvements in Papplewick Dam Wood. Work will start in the summer. The July meeting of the Friends of Moor Pond Woods will be a guided…Read More
Starting on 11th February the County Council will be undertaking safety-related tree works. This may involve path closures. Please follow the on-site advice displayed at the entrances to the woods. Our next meeting will be on Wednesday 27th February at 7:30pm in the Village Hall, when Peter Hammond will be giving a talk ‘A load…Read More