RHS Flower Show Tatton Park

Wednesday, 18 July, 2018 - 10:15 to Sunday, 22 July, 2018 - 10:30

The RHS returns to Tatton Park on 18 - 22 July 2018.

BLOG: The Big Butterfly Blog!

16 July 2018

The Big Butterfly Count, organised by Butterfly Conservation, will take place 20 July – 12 August 2018 and we’re showcasing the importance of trees and woods for our flying friends.

Interested in getting a street tree planted?

You need to ensure that your pavement is wide enough to accommodate street trees. For more information please see the 'How to' guide.
Planting street trees in grassed or soft landscaped areas significantly reduces the cost of street tree planting as well as providing a less harsh environment for the tree to grow in.
The more people that have an interest in street trees being planted the stronger your case for requesting support!

A guide to planting street trees

Community orchards across Salford

In total 157 fruit trees were planted in eleven different orchards across the City, with types of trees including apple, pear, plum and cherry to name just a few.

Working alongside local residents, schoolchildren and members of the community some parks including Monmouth Park in Salford benefitted from other improvements such as new benches and community seating.

Don't forget to water your trees...

‘Crafty’ cows created by local schools to go on tour across Trafford this summer

9 July 2018

The colourful cows aimed to highlight the amazing wildlife around Sale Water Park, as well as show the links to the area’s history as former agricultural land.

Don't forget to water your trees...

4 July 2018

Whether it's a street tree outside your house or place of work, or trees recently planted as part of a woodland or schools project - we're calling on you to give trees some much needed hydration during this dry period.

For families

Why We Cycle

Sunday, 1 July, 2018 - 14:00

On Sunday, following the Let’s Ride cycling event, a screening of the documentary ‘ 'Why we cycle' will take place at HOME.

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