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Friends of Thetford Forest is delighted to announce an award of £1107 from the Postcode Neighbourhood Trust to purchase equipment to help with conservation and archaeology tasks. Having applied for funding in August, it is only now that we can publicise our success.
The Postcode Neighbourhood Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People's Postcode Lottery. Our grant came from money allocated to help voluntary groups in this year's challenging circumstances.

The latest FoTF Newsletter (Autumn/Winter 2020) is out now. The new look newsletter can be viewed here.

Friends of Thetford Forest Conservation Groups

The Friends of Thetford Forest (FoTF) runs three main Conservation teams where members and non-members can take part too, on a 'day membership' temporary basis. The three groups are:

Both these groups are volunteers who undertake a number of tasks to improve the forest environment.

FoTF Conservation

FoTF Conservation meets every 3rd Sunday in the month, and the meeting point depends on the location of the work being undertaken. To view more information about this team, and learn more about previous and upcoming events please click here, or select the relevant option from the Volunteering menu.

FoTF Lynford Arboretum Group

FoTF Lynford Arboretum Group meets 4 to 6 times a month on Wednesdays and Sundays. To view more information about this group, and learn more about upcoming events please click here, or select the relevant option from the Volunteering menu.

FoTF Archaeolgy

FoTF Archaeolgy undertakes archaeological research, focusing on historic documents and heritage sites. To view more information about this group, and learn more about upcoming events please click here, or select the relevant option from the Volunteering menu.

Friends of Thetford Forest values its volunteers and the Forestry England needs the help and support of Friends' members. For more details please email volunteering@fotf.org.uk