For National Tree Week 2012 (24 November – 2 December), Trees for Cities will be coordinating a series of tree planting events and further activities.
In London, Trees for Cities events include:
- 20 October Ruskin Park, Lambeth - Revitalizing the Old Bowling Green into an informal garden, creating a new space for the community to enjoy and increasing the biodiversity of the park.
- 17 November - Clapham Common - Replacing trees which have died due to old age and disease, new woodland planting and community orchard planting
- 1 December - Aspen Green, Thamesmead - Planting 4500 whips and a small community orchard on an underused area of open space next to an estate. Trees will also screen the railway. Greenwich
- 12 January 2013 - Ray Park, Redbridge - 7,000 trees will be planted (woodland strip) in the park along the River Roding.
- 9 March 2013 South Park, Redbridge - Planting of replacement specimen trees to rejuvenate the tree population within South Park.
In Manchester events include planting 5000 trees in Boggart Hole Clough and Plant Hill Park. There will be a further planting event in Heaton Park between early January - early February.
In Peterborough from mid November to the beginning of February, 5000 trees will be planted with Forest for Peterborough (at Maxey, Voyager Academy, Crighton Woods, Sutton Rec, Itter Park, Hampton) increasing biodiversity across the city
In Sheffield new woodland will be created throughout January at Concord Park in North Sheffield, planting approx. 2500 trees with the Sheffield Community Foresters
In Gateshead between November and December, 2000 trees will be planted at Leafield in Birtley through community planting events
On 2 December in Milton Keynes 1000 trees will be planted with the Forest of Marston Vale to increase tree cover on this ex-landfill site.