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The University of Manchester staff support local causes

22 June 2017

Through their recent staff survey, the University of Manchester have raised an amazing £1,837 to support the work of City of Trees.

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Put a step in your spring

14 February 2017

Flourishing flowers, warmer weather, lighter days and local landmarks are just some of the great reasons to lace up your walking boots for a new event this spring, say transport leaders.

Galliford Try joins City of Trees movement

3 February 2017

Galliford Try, the housebuilding and construction group, has joined the City of Trees movement and pledged to help green Greater Manchester.

Citizen Forester programme for 2017 announced

1 February 2017

City of Trees has announced the dates and details for it's Citizen Forester volunteering programme - encouraging people to get get their hands dirty and help green Greater Manchester. 

Bolton schools help new trees take root

30 January 2017

City of Trees worked with over 400 pupils in seven different schools, planting 644 trees as part of the Woodland Trust’s ongoing work on the Smithills Estate.

North West industrial heritage to be restored

24 January 2017

An innovative project to restore nature in places where heavy industry ruled for more than a century has received a grant of almost £2million from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).

Trees planted in honour of Trafford’s oldest residents

10 January 2017

Eight semi-mature trees were planted to honour some of the Gorse Hill’s oldest residents.

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