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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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Local children given the gift of growing

15 May 2016

Children from Ashgate Specialist Support Primary School in Wythenshawe will benefit from a new growing area with wheelchair friendly raised beds thanks to help from City of Trees and volunteers from the University of Manchester.

Be mindful in Rochdale

27 April 2016

New monthly outdoor mindfulness sessions will be held in Rochdale, marking the start of the Greater Manchester Walking Festival.

Bruntwood branches out with planting of hundreds of trees

22 April 2016

Bruntwood supports planting of over 250 trees, alongside key business partners, as part of Earth Day 2016.

City of Trees partner in Greater Manchester Walking Festival

14 April 2016

As part of Nation Walking Month in May, Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is holding the 2nd Greater Manchester walking festival, with over 200 free, guided walks taking place across all ten districts, including Tameside.

Dementia Active Naturally programme launches in Salford

6 April 2016

City of Trees is working with people living with dementia after nearly £20k was awarded for nature activity programme.

Thousands of new trees take root in Salford

4 April 2016

1,500 trees have been planted in the City of Salford, contributing to the goal of planting a tree for every man, woman and child across Greater Manchester

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