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BLOG: Beat the January blues with a woodland walk

16 January 2019

The first few weeks of January can be fairly miserable after the excitement of Christmas and New Year, with a lack of daylight and cold weather. However, ever since the winter solstice on December 21, our days are slowly getting longer, even though it doesn't feel like it just yet. 

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Manchester Festival of Nature #mfon

31 May 2018

Charities working hard to provide homes for wildlife and connect people to nature have joined up with Manchester City Council to plan the Manchester Festival of Nature next year. And this summer, #MFoN will be at the front of a social media campaign to inform people of how they can get involved in nature in and around the city centre.

BLOG: Volunteers Week: No student slacktivism for these ‘Tree Musketeers’

31 May 2018

To celebrate Volunteers Week (1 - 7 June) we ask City of Trees' volunteer Poppy Grange to share her volunteer experiences.

School marks Manchester Arena Attack with planting of 22 trees

23 May 2018

Children from The Willows Primary School in Wythenshawe planted 22 large ‘memorial’ trees as well as created a bee-friendly meadow to mark the anniversary of the Manchester bombing.

Putting a price on Greater Manchester’s trees and woods

15 May 2018

Ambitious i-Tree Eco research project to be undertaken supporting the development of the Northern Forest.

New street trees unveiled along A56 as part of regeneration Scheme

11 May 2018

20 trees including cherry, field maple and sweetgum have been planted as part of a £2 million Bury New Road regeneration programme.

Walking Festival 2018

8 May 2018

City of Trees are organising a number of walks as part of Transport for Greater Manchester's 'Walk with us GM' month long walking festival.

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