Tree for every child
Bradford Council is aware of the significant value of trees and woodland to the
environment and has partnered with Trees for Cities to plant a tree for every primary aged
school child in the district over the next two years. That’s 55,000 new trees planted across
the city in primary school grounds and the creation of two new children's woodlands
within easy reach of schools and urban communities.
How to get involved
If you haven't done so already, you can register your interest for free trees for your school grounds via the email below.
You can also come along to a tree planting session at Newhall Park in Bierley, just off Newhall Park Drive.
In partnership with YorgreenCiC, BEES and BEAT, school groups will be able to plant a variety of native trees, including rowan, silver birch and field maple, giving them the opportunity to really get stuck in and connect with and protect the trees and nature
Tues 30th Nov, Weds 1st, Thurs 2nd and Friday 3rd Dec
10.00 -11.00, 11.15 - 12.15 and 1.00 - 2.00
Booking is essential. Please contact Mel with your preferred date and time and further information.
Also, see our