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Pupils take the classroom outdoors

13 December 2017

City of Trees and the Woodland Trust have been helping schools across Greater Manchester take the classroom outdoors engaging over 700 pupils, planting over 2,600 trees.

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Transport for Greater Manchester comes on board with City of Trees

25 August 2016

City of Trees is proud to announce that Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) have come on board as a partner in the City of Trees movement.

Sale wildlife haven gets new lease of life

9 August 2016

Broad Ees Dole, adjacent to Sale Water Park, will be given a much-needed makeover thanks to a £30,000 funding boost.

Launch of tree-tastic photography competition

1 August 2016

City of Trees launches new photography competition celebrating the Heritage Trees, woods and wildlife of Greater Manchester.

Urban street trees breathe life into Stockport regeneration plans

27 July 2016

Viridor and Stockport Council support street tree planting in historic heart of Stockport, connecting key projects of the town’s wider £1 billion regeneration programme.

Forest school for the future established at Walkden High

21 July 2016

Walkden High School is set to benefit from a new forest school area, complete with mini-orchard, food growing area, raised beds and hundreds of trees, thanks to players of a charity lottery.

City of Trees creates installation at RHS Flower Show Tatton Park for people to contemplate and reflect Amongst the Trees

18 July 2016

City of Trees is hosting special activities and talks over the course of the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, from guerrilla gardening to natural dyeing using pre-prepared dyes made from the environment such as blackberries, nettles and bark.

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