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 Information Boards
    If you went into the woods on Wednesday 9th August, you would have been in for a great surprise. Sally Gurney, the Mayor of Wokingham unveiled Friends of Fox Hill’s new information board at the Dorset Way entrance to the woods.  This is one … Read more
  • Bird Walk Report
    0800 Saturday 15th April saw an enthusiastic group of Friends of Fox Hill members meet with Friends of the Emm Brook’s Eddie Napper for a bird/ nature walk in Fox Hill woods. Eddie’s appreciation of the natural world stemmed from growing-up on a local … Read more
  • Conservation Report – April 2023
    Sunday 16th April was a lovely morning for our conservation session in the woods.  Nineteen volunteers attended and our focus was the footpath running parallel to Dorset Way.  Due to the recent heavy rainfall the pathway had become quite muddy. When the paths are … Read more
  • Bird Watching Walk – Saturday 15th April 2023
    All are welcome Come and join us at 8 am We are meeting at the Dorset Way entrance to Fox Hill woods at the end of the path opposite Heron Park. Eddy from Friends of the Emmbrook will be leading the walk.  We are … Read more
  • Conservation Report – February 2023
    Thank you to everyone who joined our working party on Sunday, 19th February. There were 21 people in attendance, which meant we were able to work on several different areas. <<< The rhododendron was cleared once again. Some of the brash was left at … Read more