A new Campaigning dawn…

Take a look at the Woodland Trust's new campaigning homepageOr maybe just a face-lift…

At last, it’s done. After much blood, sweat and tears – ok, maybe that should be coffee, sweat but most certainly tears – our re-vitalised, re-arranged and refreshed Woodland Trust Campaigning (and policy) web pages are live!

You can take a look here:  www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/campaigning

We wanted to make our pages easier for you to navigate and most importantly, give you the information you want more quickly and easily. So we have made quite a few changes, including:

  • introducing a ‘Take Action’ box to make it easier for you to get involved;
  • making it easier for you to find out about all ‘Our Campaigns’ under one section;
  • fully revising the ‘WoodWatch’ section, with completely new downloadable guides – something we are very excited about; and
  • pulling all the ‘Views and Policy’ pages together in one place.

We’re happier that our site now feels more structured. But we did this for you, and we want YOU to tell us what you think!  The most crucial test will be our visitor’s feedback, so grab a drink of your choice and have a look around our new web pages.   Have you noticed a difference? Are the campaigning pages of our website now easier to use? What else would you like to see included? 

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About Angus Yarwood

I am the Woodland Trust Scotland's Government Affairs Manager.
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