Help Us Hit Half a Million: Tree planting at Boz Park, Bury (City of Trees)
Join us on Saturday 30 November at Boz Park in Bury, part of the Big Climate Fightback #Everytreecounts.
The world is facing a climate emergency.
Trees are critical in addressing this.
Trees can help to disperse harmful pollutants, lock up carbon, reduce local surface flooding and provide a home for climate-threatened wildlife.
Here in the UK, the Big Climate Fightback is underway.
On Saturday 30 November people up and down the country will be planting trees.
As a movement, City of Trees has planted nearly half a million trees in Greater Manchester….and we’re asking you to help us hit half a million.
Join us for our Big Climate Fightback event at Boz Park in Bury 10am – 3pm.
All tools (and trees!) provided but please if you have your own spade – bring this along.
Light refreshments included but feel free to bring your own lunch and snacks.
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and sturdy footwear.
Families welcome – all under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult.
The first 100 people will receive a goody bag.
Book your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Event directions. The address for the site entrance is Tonge Close, Whitefield, Bury, M45 8RB as shown by the red ‘x’ (on the map – see link above). From here follow the ‘tree planting’ signs
Can’t join us? Please donate to support our work – every £10 helps plant a tree.
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