Trees are some of the most important features in our parks and open spaces and Bristol Parks Forum has always also had an interest in street trees and discusses issues around trees in parks. The Bristol Tree Forum discusses issues relating to all trees in Bristol, including street trees. They are a large band of volunteers dedicated to increasing the tree canopy cover of Bristol and welcome new members.
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Copies of the information she distributed are available via the links below. This is the information that is being sent to all schools in Bristol to inform them about the project....Read More »
There will be a launch event for the Tree PiPS project at Oasis Academy Bank Leaze on 25th February. This will be a closed event for the school but will be followed by a public event on Thursday 27th at Newquay Road Playground and then further tree planting events in...Read More »
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The latest stage in the production of the new ‘Bristol Local Plan’ (previously referred to as the Local Development Framework) is the issue of the Preferred options consultation document for the Central Area Plan. The consultation runs until 18 October 2013.
The full...Read More »
Bristol is serious about doubling its tree canopy cover. As part of this ambition, TreeBristol are looking to appoint three people who can work as part of a team and with partners to deliver the new Tree Pips project.
According to your skills and experience you will teach primary school...Read More »
As you may have noticed some of the trees we have planted this year and even in previous years are struggling in this hot weather. We have been increasing our watering rounds so the contractors are working flat out to ensure all the recently planted trees are being watered once...Read More »
The sixth and final round of funding for a national campaign that aims to plant one million trees by 2015 has opened and organisations have until 30 August 2013 to apply.
The Big Tree Plant encourages people and communities to plant more trees in England’s towns, cities and neighbourhoods. Funding is...Read More »