On 13th June 2017 we opened Sarah’s Wood, one of our activities to mark 20 years of support and research by the Trust.
Hugh Matheson, our founder Sarah Matheson’s brother, wanted a way to symbolise the hope and support the MSA community can create for each other. To do this he has helped us create Sarah’s Wood.
The Wood is located in Thoresby Estate, Nottinghamshire, in the heart of Sherwood Forest and will become a lasting symbol of hope for all people affected by MSA. The opening of the wood reflected this hope as you can see from the photos we took on the day.
Going into the future, we will hold regular tree planting sessions for those people who wish to plant their own tree as a symbol of being part of the MSA community. You can either ask us to plant a tree on your behalf (see option below) or attend one of the acorn planting days which will be held in the winter months. These sessions are likely to be held in October, November, January and February and we will be arranging dates with the Forester at the Wood shortly. More information about these dates will be posted on this page regularly.
Please contact the office for more information about Sarah’s Wood and how to plant your tree.I would like a tree planted on my behalf