Welcome

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. You can follow our news on here, take part in our conservation sessions (see Events), which also include litter picks, or even make a donation by contacting fundraising@friendsoffoxhill.org.

Anyone with an interest in supporting our work can be a member. You can join us and follow us on Facebook. We also welcome new members to join our small committee and take on an active role.

Tim Lloyd, Chair chair@friendsoffoxhill.org

  • Fox Hill Map & Information
    Friends of Fox Hill (FoFH) is often asked questions like “where is Fox Hill?”, “how can we get into the woods?” and “what land is threatened by development?”. To help, we have assembled a map of the area showing the important features. LOCATION: The…
  • Conservation Report – September 2022
    Another successful working party was held on Sunday, 11th September. There were ten people in attendance and we made good progress in clearing Rhododendron. This time we dragged the brash to the Dorset Way entrance ready to be chipped. We cleared fallen leaves from…
  • Conservation Report – July 2022
    Thank you to everyone who turned out on a rather hot morning to take part in our working party on Sunday 17th July.  We started at 9am and finished at 12pm.  Our group totalled eleven which included one person attending for the first time. …
  • Conservation Report – May 2022
    Thank you to everyone who attended our working party on Sunday 8th May; we were a group of fourteen. The focus for this session was on tool training. The session was led by Richard Westwood, a WBC Countryside Officer, based at Dinton Pastures. Richard…
  • Conservation Report – March 2022
    Thank you to all the volunteers who attended on Sunday.   Attendance for this session was 18 and we made great progress. CLEARING PATHS: The pathways are being cleared back to their original surface which means that in some places we have had to search…