Day in the Woods competition
Win tickets to visit Tortworth Arboretum, tree labelling and goodies.
Last date for entries is Friday 30th September 2022.
Give yourself the opportunity to take time out, slow down and connect with nature on a free family day out at Tortworth Forest Centre.
Enter now and you could win tickets for a family of up to 5 people to attend an Open or Visitor day of your choice at Tortworth Arboretum, a chance to label a tree in their collection and a bag of Tortworth branded goodies.
Simply fill in your details below, and we'll make sure you're in the draw.
- Saturday 15th October - Open day with guided tours, refreshments and activities
- Saturday 19th November - Self-guided visitor day
- Saturday 10th December - Self-guided visitor day
- Saturday 21 January - Self-guided visitor day
- Saturday 18 February - Self-guided visitor day
- Saturday 18 March - Self-guided visitor day
- Saturday 15 April - Open day with guided tours, refreshments and activities
- Saturday 20 May - Self-guided visitor day
- Saturday 17 June - Self-guided visitor day
- Saturday 15 July - Self-guided visitor day
- Saturday 19 August - Self-guided visitor day
- Saturday 16 September - Self-guided visitor day
Can't wait to find out if you've won? Tortworth Forest Centre invite you to join them for their Autumn extravaganza on October 15th! They're opening their gates and welcome you to explore The Dell, part of the wider Tortworth Arboretum.
- guided group tours with their marvellous Collections Manager to learn about the work that they do and the incredible trees they look after
- a chance to get into the canopy with Social Tree Climbers
- light refreshments around the Round House campfire
- self-guided maps walks to help you discover the tree collection and heritage of the site
- more activities and entertainment to be announced soon
Tortworth Forest Centre is a community project that improves lives by reconnecting people with nature, through conservation, wellbeing programmes, outdoor events, courses and volunteering opportunities as well as our available jobs.
With the help of volunteers, they manage 20 acres of land within the wider Tortworth Arboretum, a historically important tree collection. To find out more, visit tortwortharboretum.org.