Join Havant Borough Tree Wardens for a walk in Johnston’s Coppice, a Hampshire County Council nature reserve, as part of Havant Borough Big Green Week organised by Havant Friends of the Earth and Havant Climate alliance.
The wood covers 20 acres and is designated as a SINC (Site of Importance for Nature Conservation). The wood is home to dormice and a variety of birds, including goldcrests.
Duration: 1½ – 2 hours.
Havant Borough Tree Wardens are a local group of volunteers that forms part of The Tree Council’s national Tree Warden Scheme. We plant and maintain trees and hedges and regularly lead walks to pass our knowledge and enthusiasm to other people and encourage them to take an interest in trees.
We recently planted over 200 trees on the edge of Johnston’s Coppice to replace ash trees that were removed due to disease.
Friday 16 June7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Johnstons Coppice, Waterlooville, UK
Meet in the gateway next to the bus stop in Purbrook Way PO7 8BE (opposite College Road). Parking is available in the B&Q car park (Purbrook Way PO9 3QJ).
Havant Borough Big Green Week is a programme of events across Havant, Waterlooville, Emsworth and Hayling island. We have lots of different groups organising fairs, art displays, wildlife walks, craft sessions, litter picks and films so there will be plenty for all the family to enjoy.