A collection of handmade ceramics, designed exclusively for the RSPB to celebrate great British woodland- woodland that creates some of the richest habitats for thousands of living species including some of our most loved animals and plants. Passionate about nature and dedicated to saving it, the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds is now the largest conservation charity in the country. Moorcroft has already worked closely with the charity for several years, to help it raise much-needed funds, highlight current issues and celebrate native species through ceramic art. This year, Moorcroft designers have been eager to focus their attention on the flora and fauna specific to woodland. Our woods and trees are home to more wildlife than any other landscape. Hedgerows, copses, woods, wood pasture and parkland, all have a unique character, biodiversity and ecosystem. Together they make up vital habitat links, connecting wildlife across the landscape and helping species to survive and thrive.