The Wychwood Project
The Wychwood Project focuses on the former Royal hunting Forest of Wychwood. It encourages people to understand, conserve and restore its rich mosaic of landscapes and wildlife habitats. The Wychwood Project area includes 41 parishes, some 120 square miles.
You can now become a new member on-line
Please click here to become a new member of the Wychwood Project (Oxfordshire).
Benefits include: Forest Update magazine three times a year, regular e-news bulletins, invitations to unique Wychwood Project events and opportunities to volunteer or be involved in the development of the Wychwood Project should you wish.
Wychwood Forest Fair
Click here to find out more about this exciting event on Sunday 7th September at Cornbury Park, in the heart of the Wychwood area.
Give a unique gift to that special person in your life!
Dedicate a tree for Foxburrow Wood, our new community woodland makes a much loved living gift. Over 530 people so far have dedicated trees for Foxburrow Wood, the new woodland being created by the Wychwood Project on the outskirts of Witney. We have made outstanding progress planting 10,000 trees and shrubs so far but to benefit local people and wildlife we need continued support to develop and grow the woodland. Click here for more information about Dedicating a Tree for Foxburrow Wood.
Read about the new Wychwood Flora
group and how you can get involved.
Help us to monitor and manage wildflowers
in Wychwood's habitats!
This website was last updated on 31 July 2014.
The name Wychwood Forest Fair and the Wychwood Project logo are registered trade marks.