Woodfuel Session Booking
Everyone should have received an email from Dave regarding the great work he has been doing in the closed season to improve the way we book onto Woodfuel sessions (and other HCWG events). It is important you follow the guidance Dave has provided and raise any questions to make sure you do not miss out on the sessions you would like to attend, here is the mail content...
As the Heartwood Community Woodfuel Group membership has grown over the last 12 months and with the increase in the number of sessions next season there will be a change to how you book onto sessions from the start of the 2018/2019 season.
We now have an online session booking system that will allow members to directly manage their own session bookings. As a Member you will be able to:
By Monday 27th August all Members will receive two emails. The first will contain your logon credentials to the Heartwood Community Woodfuel Group website and the second will include instructions on how to use the new booking system. These instructions will also be available on the website as a help page.
- see a list of all sessions and the number of spaces available
- book onto a session
- cancel a session booking if you can no longer attend a session
- add your self to the waiting list if the session is fully booked.
- see a list of all sessions that you have booked onto.
Unfortunately a logon account will only be able to books sessions spaces for a single member, therefore each member must have thier own email address.
This coming season we will initially be working at Willesley Wood to complete the work we have been doing there for the last couple of seasons. We want to do these early to take advantage of the drier conditions before the access ride gets muddy. We will also be running one session each month at DWP with Chris C as we do every season. The remainder of the sessions will be at Woodcote near to Smisby and potentially a few at Grangewood. All of the details will be made very clear along with the dates etc.
More details on our operational plans will be discussed at the AGM.