There are a number of organisations that can provide helpful advice and guidance about planting trees and looking after them once planted. Many also offer free trees to schools and community groups. Below is a selection of such organisations which you may find helpful to contact.
We want to see a UK rich in native woods and trees, for people and wildlife. But we can't achieve our vision without you. Every sapling that we provide is UK sourced and grown to minimise the risk of importing and spreading tree pests and diseases. Seeds are collected and stored in the UK, and they are all coded and batched so that we can track an individual tree. Over the next 10 years, we’re aiming to plant 64 million trees and we can’t do it without you. Whatever you want to plant, whether it’s one tree in your garden or a whole wood, we can help
Trees for Cities
We are the only UK charity working at a national level and international scale to improve lives by planting trees in cities. We get stuck in with local communities to cultivate lasting change in their neighbourhoods – whether it’s revitalising forgotten spaces or creating healthier environments.
The Tree Council
The Tree Council is one of the UK’s leading charities for trees, promoting their importance in a changing environment. We work in partnership with communities, organisations and government to make trees matter to everyone. As the coalition body for a diverse range of organisations, the Council focuses on getting more trees, of the right kind, in the right places; better care for all trees of all ages and inspiring effective action for trees.
Mayor of London and London Assembly
Mayor of London has several schemes and grants for greening London. The Mayor would like to make London the world’s first National Park City.
City of Trees is an innovative and exciting movement set to re-invigorate Greater Manchester’s landscape by transforming underused, unloved woodland and planting a tree for every man, woman and child who lives there, within a generation.
City of Trees
Picture this: 50 million new trees planted across the north of England. A Northern Forest in and around the cities of Liverpool, Chester, Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield and Hull. It’s set to become a reality. And you can be part of it.
The Northern Forest
Community Forest Trust is an award-winning charity supporting six fantastic community forestry initiatives. We have a long track record of delivering successful environmental projects in the UK.
Community Forest Trust
Enstruct Ltd is a Leicestershire-based family-run company - using natural environments as our classroom Enstruct offer a comprehensive range of environmental and conservation courses for schools and pupils
The National Forest Company leads the creation of the National Forest, a wooded landscape for the nation across 200 square miles of central England. The National Forest Company was established in April 1995. It is a charity and Non-Profit Institution within the Public Sector, sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).
The National Forest
Our vision is of a revitalised wild forest in the Highlands of Scotland, providing space for wildlife to flourish and communities to thrive.
Trees for Life
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National Tree Week
23rd November - 1st December 2019
National Tree Week is the UK's largest annual tree celebration, marking the start of the winter tree planting season (November to March each year). The Tree Council, one of the UK’s leading charities for trees, first established National Tree Week in March 1975 in response to the national replanting required after the outbreak of Dutch Elm disease.
National Tree Week is a great chance for communities to do something positive for their local treescape. Each year, The Tree Council's member organisations such as voluntary bodies and local authorities, up to 200 schools and community groups, their 6,000 strong network of volunteer Tree Wardens and many others, support the initiative by setting up fun, worthwhile and accessible events, inspiring upward of a quarter of a million people to get their hands dirty and together plant trees.
National Inter Faith Week
10th November – 17th November 2019
Inter Faith Week’s aims are to:
Strengthen good inter faith relations at all levels
Increase awareness of the different and distinct faith communities in the UK, in particular celebrating and building on the contribution which their members make to their neighbourhoods and to wider society
Increase understanding between people of religious and non-religious beliefs