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Woodland creation questionnaire 2022/23

Wyre Council has committed to planting at least 25,000 trees in its pledge to help tackle climate change.

To do so, the Council is working with partners and the local community to create 10 hectares of accessible new native woodland and increase hedgerows across Wyre's public open spaces by 2025.


  • mitigate climate change,
  • help reduce flooding,
  • protect and enhance threatened biodiversity,
  • filter out air pollution 
  • improve wellbeing.

The Council will start tree planting during National Tree Week (26 November to 4 December) and continue through the 22/23 winter season.

This winter's tree planting is due to include six sites. You can access each site concept plan by right clicking the site link below and selecting 'open the link in a new tab' to go between the plan and the survey, you will then need to click back to the original tab to return to the survey. 



Residents adjoining the sites, borough/parish councillors and known local groups that use the fields have been notified of the tree planting.

This form is also open to any member of the public.

You can leave comments until 17:00 hours on 25 November 2022