Wychwood Project (oxfordshire)

Wychwood Project (oxfordshire)

Charity information

Wychwood Project (oxfordshire)

The Wychwood Project aims to restore and conserve habitats and landscapes within the Wychwood area through a wide range of activities and by partnering with other organisations.

Founded 1997

  • Mission statement

    To increase recognition and knowledge of the Wychwood area, enabling community participation and engagement and maximising conservation and landscape restoration outcomes.

    Our aims are to:

    raise awareness of, and appreciation for, the history and identity of Wychwood
    conserve and restore the distinctive character of the landscape within the Norman Royal Hunting Forest boundaries
    maintain and enhance a wide range of wildlife and habitats, to encourage bio-diversity
    promote and support systems of land management in a working landscape which respect the history, characteristic landscapes and habitats of the area
    promote and support woodland management and increased levels of woodland planting in appropriate locations
    encourage and assist all those who live and work in the area to understand the importance of conservation, and to become involved.

  • Aims

    Wychwood Project (oxfordshire) aims to:

    • community involvement, awareness raising, access, water quality, flood risk alleviation and biodiversity enhancement
  • Overview

    Established: December 1997

    Registered Charity Number: 1084259

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 250

    Phone number: 01865 815420

    Address: OCC Signal Court, Old Station Way, OX29 4TL

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