Welcome to the Friends of Fox Hill. We are a community group created to support access to, and the conservation of, this area of much-loved woodland on the edge of Woosehill in Wokingham, Berkshire.

We are all local volunteers with an interest in open spaces and their flora and fauna. Anyone with an interest in supporting our work can be a member. You can follow our news on here, take part in our conservation activities (see Events), or even make a donation! We also welcome new members to join our small committee and take on an active role.

Tim Lloyd, Chair chair@friendsoffoxhill.org

  • Conservation Report – October
    A big thank you to everyone who came out to help on Sunday. Our aim for this session was to move the large pile of Rhododendron chippings from the Dorset Way entrance into the woods onto one of the pathways. This was suggested to…
  • Bulb Planting Report
    A good day was had on 9th October 2021 – we even made the local paper. Please find the link to the news article here – Wokingham Today
  • Conservation Report – September 2021
    Volunteers were working to clear the Rhododendron in the woods last Sunday morning. The Rhododendron is an invasive non-native species which blocks the light and stops other plants growing. Once the Rhododendron has been cut, it is stacked on one side of the path…
  • Garden Waste
    Have you seen lawn clippings and tree cuttings whilst walking in the woods? You may answer ‘Yes’. Why is it not good practice to dump garden waste in the woods?  After all you may think it will rot down/compost and provide nutrients to the soil….
  • Conservation Report – June
    On Sunday, 13th June, we held our last volunteer conservation working party for a couple of months. It was a successful session and as we continue to remove Rhododendron.  There is more space for a greater variety of native plants to grow.  One native…