Registered Charity Number 1090645

Welcome Managing our Woodlands Enjoying our Woodlands

Yelvertoft Road, Crick, Northamptonshire,   NN6 7TF

Welcome Welcome

Crick Woodlands

A community growing together

Volunteers are a valuable and integral part of the continued support,

maintenance and development of

Crick Woodlands.

From litter picking to tree husbandry, whatever skill levels you can offer, will help us to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all.

For more information about joining our team of woodlands volunteers

please use the Enquiry form on the

Contact Us page or email us directly:


Nigel Harmston

Parish Council


Peter Wordsworth

Julia Potts


Stuart Young


Steve Lassman


Paul Couling

Crick Woodlands Committee


Jim Goodger

Major tree safety work has been carried out by tree surgeon Harry Mockett, removing hanging and dead wood from the top of the older ash trees.

Tree maintenance

Crick Woodlands volunteers with our asylum seeking friends from the Ibis hotel, Crick, creating our first experimental hibernaculum on site. Prepared using harvested dead wood from nearby ash trees, this will hopefully encourage amphibians and reptiles into this new habitat next to  the Warm Brook.

Congratulations to Steve Lassman receiving a 'Certificate of Thanks' from Crick Parish Council in recognition of his service to Crick Woodlands


Roger Lowe


Richard Cleaver

Thank you to our volunteers from Cummins, removing the cut grass from the wildflower meadow in Under Crick Hill and from the Warm Brook bund ready for sowing yellow rattle, on a very wet and blustery September day.


Peter Walker