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Volunteers from Maudsley Hospital and the local community help create a new green space for well-being in South London
Tree-planting ceremony sees local Councillor and local school children celebrate a new scheme to breathe new life into streets across the borough of Barking & Dagenham and the Capital.
A team of over 250 volunteers plants 7,000 trees at Marnham Fields, creating a vibrant community woodland.
Manorfield Primary School is about to embark on a new teaching and learning journey over the next few years, thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
Blair Peach has become the third primary school in Ealing to develop an Edible Playground with Trees for Cities
Trees for Cities is working in partnership with ‘Wildcrowd’, a unique non-profit fundraising platform with nature at its heart, to help raise money to create six new orchards in the north, south and south-east of Sheffield.
Trees for Cities is creating Edible Playgrounds in Monksdown Primary School and Holy Name Catholic Primary School in Liverpool
Trees for Cities launches the start of its UK planting season this year with a community planting event at Ruskin Park, Lambeth
Trees for Cities will transform areas of Stamford Hill Primary School’s playground into an edible playground.
Pupils from Baguley Hall primary school in Manchester have been given a fantastic opportunity to get growing as we launch their edible playground – the first in Manchester.
Three schools in Croydon – one of the capital’s food flagship boroughs – are developing ‘Edible Playgrounds’ as part of an exciting new approach to healthy eating and food education.
Edible Playgrounds, a project led by Trees for Cities, to provide schools in urban areas with the opportunity to grow food in their playgrounds, will be launching an edible playground at the Palmer Academy in Reading.
Trees for Cities officially opens a horticultural therapy garden at South London and Maudsley Hosptial
Urban trees play an important role in cleaning the air and making our communities healthier places to live.
St Teresa of Lisieux Catholic Primary School in Liverpool is about to embark on a new teaching and learning journey…
On Saturday 23 April ‘Trees for Cities’ will plant 20 trees around the St George’s Estate in Shadwell to create an interesting and natural communal…
Project planned to improve the outdoor spaces on the Restons Crescent, Bexley Road and Wooton House, which are on…
Trees for Cities is working in partnership with Ealing Council and the Mayor of London to create a community orchard…
Ruskin Park has been identified as a high flood risk area and the number of trees in the park are in decline, suffering from old age…
Over 300 volunteers show their love for trees by planting 10,000 saplings to create London’s next edible, urban woodland…
The Woodland Trust is leading 47* organisations in a campaign to celebrate the value of our trees and woods and secure their…
Trees for Cities (an independent UK charity planting urban trees, inspiring children to grow and eat good food and providing volunteering opportunities…
Planting a tree to mark a special occasion is a popular way to celebrate a milestone event, as it leaves a lasting legacy for future…
Charlotte Sharman Primary School, located in the heart of Elephant & Castle, has a large playground, but with only a few potted plants …