Limewoods Project: Final Report

The Lincolnshire Limewoods Project is working to protect, enhance and promote the natural and historic landscapes and features of the Lincolnshire Limewoods.

What is the Limewoods Project?

Supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund with additional funding from project partners, the Limewoods Project started in 2005 and will be completed in December 2011

There are three main programmes of work:


Creating new access routes, improving existing access to woodland and heritage sites, improving information for visitors and promoting access to the Limewoods countryside

Education and enjoyment

Improving educational facilities at Chambers Farm Wood, developing “gateway sites” to introduce visitors to the Limewoods area, and a lively events programme incorporating walks, talks, children’s activities and traditional skills training.

Heritage management

Planting new woods and other habitats to extend and join up the remaining ancient woodlands, improving management of important habitats such as meadows and woodland rides and supporting local heritage projects.


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Last updated: 21 January 2014

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