The new strategy builds on the amazing work of the Epping Forest Centenary Trust and Friends of Epping Forest since the late sixties, and has been shaped by you, our members, through discussions and surveys over the last 2 years. The unprecedented challenges Epping Forest is facing means we need to do more to protect and preserve it; and we need to be able to continue our work to protect it for years to come.

It also means we need to grow our membership, our reach into different audiences, and grow the support for our work from new partners. This has underpinned the development of our new, modern look which we believe reflects the core of our work protecting the Forest, and will enable us to connect with more people who will support our work for years to come.

Epping Forest Heritage Trust Strategy

Our new strategy also comes with a set of Values and Beliefs, as well as a Theory of Change which explains why the actions we are proposing will help us meet our objectives:

Our strategic objectives are:

  1. We will educate and inspire people about Epping Forest
  2. We will do hands-on work to conserve and grow the Forest
  3. We will protect the Forest through research and advocacy

It also sets out that an integral part of our strategy is to work in partnership with the City of London Corporation as Conservators to deliver those objectives, acting as a critical friend when necessary.

 

To view our new strategy in full, and our annual reports, please follow the links below

 

epping forest heritage trust identity

View our strategy

Click here to view our 2022-2025 strategy in full

Epping Forest Heritage Trust annual report and accounts year ended 31 march2022

Annual reports and accounts

View our annual reports and accounts since 2018.

Business plan

Business plan 2024-2025

View our business plan for the year 2024-2025

View our impact report since 2021

 

EFHT Impact Report 2022-2023

Our Impact 2022-2023

Our impact report for the year 2022-2023

EFHT Impact Report 2021-2022

Impact 2021-2022

Our impact report for the year 2021-2022