The Living Willow Bridge is a Woodland Trust project built from willow coppiced from Cow Hollow Wood. You will be able to meet the designers and makers of the bridge and there will be opportunity to take part in some willow weaving.
Cow Hollow Wood is located at Waterbeach and owned and managed by the Woodland Trust. The wood is publically accessible throughout the year. It was planted in 2000 as a millennium wood and includes willow, ash, alder, birch and maple. The Living Willow Bridge was conceived in 2012 by the Woodland Trust, Cambridge University Architecture Department and Smith and Wallwork Engineers as part of a project to create a new path through the wood and a new crossing over the land drain that runs through the wood.
The event is free and suitable for all ages. Pre-booking is not required and numbers are not limited.
Cow Hollow Wood, Clayhithe Road, Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, CB25 9HZ View location on Google Maps