Tree Council to hold month-long festival

Arboricultural leaders such as tree wardens, rangers and managers are to host tree trails and woodland open days as part of a month-long festival run by the Tree Council.

The Walk in the Woods festival will include walks and talks in towns and countryside across the UK throughout May.

"The aim of Walk in the Woods is to attract people who rarely, if ever, visit woods - even those on their doorstep," said a representative.

Events include conservation work and tours from the National Trust and the Wildlife Trusts as well as from local authority parks and countryside teams.

The tree trails, woodland open days and guided tours will be spearheaded by Tree Council members and its volunteer network of tree wardens.

 


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