Eden-Rose Coppice Trust

Eden-Rose Coppice Trust

At a glance


  • Environment
  • Health and well being / research and care
  • Learning disabilities / difficulties
  • Local / community
  • Mental health
  • Physical disabilities
  • Training / employment support

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Eden-Rose Coppice Trust currently have 2 woodland sites in Suffolk that are being restored to provide a space for tranquillity and well-being for those who are terminally ill or who have life limiting illnesses. The development and maintenance of these sites is accomplished by young people with learning disabilities, serious illness or behavioural problems. They work alongside specialist carers and community volunteers.

This integrated approach improves outcomes for both groups and also develops environmental regeneration. The Trust is committed to enhancing the mental attitude and personal strength of people with cancer and increasing self-confidence and self- esteem in children and young adults with a learning difficulty, mental health issue or other complex needs.

By getting involved in our work we are able to offer our clients and partners a chance to learn new life skills, develop employment skills, become integrated into society and learn to work alongside others. Our services are currently oversubscribed and we are being restricted in what we can offer and who we can help but the tenuous nature of our funding. 


We offer people the opportunity to be immersed in nature, horticulture, forestry and the transformation of urban environmental disasters into beautiful natural woodlands. We inspire members of the community, who are the highest risk of deprivation, to undertake the highly valuable conservation work, restoration and maintenance of our woodland sites. We mentor, train, support and benefit them through skills acquisition.

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