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Jubiloaks is a voluntary association of members with a Constitution, formed in May 2012, initially to plant and maintain a Jubilee Wood in Oakley, Basingstoke, Hampshire, to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.  As another site was chosen for a wood, Jubiloaks subsequently was asked to look after the Oakley to Kempshott multi-user pathway.  This new path was opened in November 2011 by Hampshire County Council, Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council and the Manydown Company.

Jubiloaks aims are to conserve and enhance the Oakley to Kempshott multi user pathway and other green infrastructure in the parish of Oakley and Deane; to plant and maintain native woods, trees, hedgerows, meadows and wildflowers; and to emulate the Woodland Trust by wording with others to plant more native trees, to protect woods, trees and their wildlife for the future and to inspire everyone to enjoy and value woods and trees.  Jubiloaks is a member of Natural Basingstoke, an association of conservation groups in the Borough of Basingstoke and Deane.

 

 

The Big Beech on the Oakley to Kempshott multi-user path (photograph taken by Matt Flint 2016) The Big Beech on the Oakley to Kempshott multi-user path (photograph taken by Matt Flint 2016)