TCV (The Conservation Volunteers) are pleased to announce that their planting programme will commence from the beginning of October 2015 and throughout the bare root planting season until the end of March 2016 . The tree pack guide gives details of the types of trees which are available. TCV are now at the stage where … Continue reading Free trees for all!
Thanks to the Tree Council as part of their Diamond Jubilee planting initiatives the Friends of Hilly Fields and the Brockley Society will be planting a mixed fruit hedge at Hilly Fields. The event takes place on Saturday 16 March between 10.30am - 2pm. Feel free to drop in at any point to plant a few … Continue reading Tree planting with the Friends of Hilly Fields and BrocSoc
As mentioned earlier on this blog, the Nature's Gym volunteers have been helping the Friends of Beckenham Place Park and other local groups plant trees in the former burning yard area of Beckenham Place Park. So on a rather glorious Thursday, 17 merry volunteers prepared the area, then dug and planted a mixture of trees, including Silver … Continue reading Tree Planting in Beckenham Place Park
On Sunday 20 November from 10am until 2pm there will be an Autumn Orchard planting session and talk at Cafe Crema. Soil and tree expert, Paul Ritchens (Managing gardener for The Kings Cross Skip Gardens) will give a talk on fruit tree cultivation. In this workshop you will have the opportunity to learn about how to … Continue reading The Secret Orchard & Bird Talk Sunday 20 November – Cafe Crema
Join the Friends of Grove Park Nature Reserve for a post festive dig. Contact Jess Kyle for more information on how to get involved.
11am-1pm Saturday 4th December If you would like to help or perhaps even adopt a tree then please come along! Meet at the Stone Circle where planting guidance, tools and refreshments will be provided. Click on the image above for more infomation or visit. http://www.transitionbrockley.blogspot.com/
Wear your wellies on 4 March 2011 and have some fun! Click on the picture on the left to find out more! Click here for more information on the Woodland Trust http://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/en/Pages/default.aspx