Kirsty Potter, SHQ, Fundraising & Communications
Tel: 0131 317 4100
The Wood of Cree Nature Reserve, in Dumfries and Galloway, is the largest ancient oak woodland in South West Scotland. In springtime, the woodland is carpeted with bluebells, and alive with birds. It is an important refuge for a whole host of special woodland species, including redstarts, pied flycatchers and warblers. It is situated 4 miles north of Newton Stewart, just off the A75, about an hours drive from Dumfries.
There is no fixed charge for Team Challenges, as we recognise that your help makes a direct impact on the management work of the reserve, however, in order to help with the administrative, supervision and delivery costs of the team challenge, we suggest a minimum donation of £50 per person. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CHALLENGE IS FOR READY-MADE TEAMS ONLY - usually groups of employees from companies and organisations.