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

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.


Event Details

Location Boz Park
Start Saturday 30 Nov 2019 10:00am
Finish Saturday 30 Nov 2019 3:00pm