Tree Council keeping nation #TreelyConnected through online arts and culture events for National Tree Week
With many of us getting to know our local treescapes like never before during this challenging year, we are realising that our trees need us – and we need them - more than ever.
National Tree Week is The Tree Council’s annual celebration marking the start of the tree planting season, taking place this year Saturday 28 Nov – Sunday 6 Dec. Over the years, millions of trees have been planted and cared for around the UK during National Tree Week. However, this year, coronavirus measures will mean many events must be cancelled to keep everyone safe.
But The Tree Council are still bringing people together to plant, celebrate and donate towards trees and hedgerows by offering a programme of inspiring online arts & culture celebrations over the course of the week – from creative practical how-to sessions to panel discussions. With this programme we will uplift people and help them connect with one another and the UK’s amazing trees during National Tree Week. Activities will be free to participate in, with optional donations welcome.
In this way, we’re staying #TreelyConnected this National Tree Week.
To find out more and book your free tickets, visit treecouncil.org.uk.