We offer two dedication options:
For £15 we will make a contribution to the care of one of five woodlands which you can visit in the Bristol area. We will also post a certificate with your personal message on it, to you or the recipient.
For £40, we will donate a fruit tree to a primary school in Bristol & Avon. We will work with children to plant and stake a 1.5m tree and provide you or another with a dedication certificate with your message on it.
We aim to get dedication certificates to you or the recipient within a week. In holiday periods, it may be slower.
If you wish to pay by cheque please download a print version of the form to complete and post to us at Brickyardwood Barns: Tree Dedication Form3
Woodlands you can help care for:
Overscourt Wood, near Pucklechurch & Warmley
The largest community woodland in the Forest of Avon, offering varied walks and views. Owned by Forestry England, there are links to local access networks including the Bristol-Bath Cycle Path and the Community Forest Path.
Manor Road Community Woodland, near Keynsham
A developing community woodland with paths and benches, owned by BathNES Council and managed in conjunction with the Friends of Manor Road Community Woodland.
The Retreat Community Woodland, near Wick
A developing woodland managed by the charity, with great views across the Severn Estuary to the Black Mountains. Planted as a Millenium Woodland, this already is a haven for wildlife and is a great site for a gentle woodland walk.
Oke Park Wood, Brentry, Bristol
An attractive developing woodland, including open parkland, which is great for a short stroll. Owned and managed by Bristol City Council, supported by the Friends of Okebourne.
Colliter’s Wood, Highridge, Bristol
A new native woodland planted by the charity in 2016 to improve the southern fringe of Bristol. Lying on the Community Forest Path, this woodland is quickly taking shape.
The location of our dedication woodlands is shown on the map on this page.