The Calverton former Pitch and Putt is located next to the William Lee Memorial Park and can be accessed by a gate at North-West corner of the playing field.
The parish council would like to improve the site for both wildlife and people and working with Greenwood Community Forest have come up with a proposal for a potential community woodland.
The site consists of a single, rectangular field bordered by hedgerows. There are small groups of semi-mature trees set within rough grassland, and a network of narrow, mown paths.
The new planting will link together the existing trees to create a small community woodland accessed by wide, mown paths with open, unobstructed views along each section of path.
A tree planting event will be held this winter to give everyone the chance to get involved with creating the community woodland.
The planting is funded through the Trees for Climate programme, funded by government, so there is no cost to the parish council.
The Parish Council and Greenwood Community Forest would like to know what you think of the proposals and additional details can be found on the Calverton Parish Council.
On the Greenwood Community Forest website also has a questionnaire where you are able to submit your views on the scheme.