Colne Valley Tree Society

Colne Valley Tree Society

Charity information

Colne Valley Tree Society

The Colne Valley Tree Society is an all volunteer charity that plants thousands of native species trees every year in and around the Colne Valley, every penny donated goes towards planting a tree.

Founded 1964

  • Mission statement

    The Colne Valley Tree Society is a registered charity, which over the past 50 years has played an important part in creating and maintaining the beautiful valley landscape.
    Founded in 1964 by Dr Phillips, the Society has already planted over 300,000 trees, returning indigenous British tree species to industrial waste sites and unused agricultural land all along the valley.
    The Society works with local residents and landowners, Kirklees, the Forestry Commission and companies such as Yorkshire Water.
    The Colne Valley Wildwood is the Society’s long term plan to link up clough woodlands and associated habitats for both wildlife and with a network of paths. The Society has already contributed to paths around Butterly Reservoir, Merrydale, and Pasture Wood.

  • Aims

    Colne Valley Tree Society aims to:

    • Tree planting
  • Overview

    Established: September 1964

    Registered Charity Number: 518964

    Board members: 15

    Volunteers: 25

    Phone number: 07963372822

    Address: 28 Station Road Marsden Huddersfield HD7 6DH

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