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London Tree Week – 27th May to 4th June 2017

Perhaps it living in an urban environment, but most Londoners love the trees that are dotted around the capital.

The Woodland Trust and other partners will be celebrating trees and the environment with London Tree Week which takes place between the 27th May and 4th June 2017.

People can visit open events at Potters Fields Park, Waterloo Station and City Hall or book a place in one of the many walkshops and lectures taking place across London during half term week!

Audio trail – Listen to the Trees

Place: Potters Field Park, Southwark

Dates: Saturday 27 May – Sunday 4 June

Time: 10am – 4pm

Ancient Woodland Restoration yurt

Place: Potters Field Park, Southwark

Dates: Friday 2 June – Saturday 3 June

Time: 9am – 5pm

Exhibition for schools

Place: Cafe area at City Hall, Southwark

Dates: Saturday 27 May – Sunday 4 June

Time: 10am – 4pm

Meet the Woodland Trust

Place: St. John’s Church, nr Waterloo Station

Dates: Saturday 27 May – Sunday 4 June

Time: 10am – 4pm

This event, The Waterloo Festival, is being organised alongside The Conservation Foundation.

The Woodland Trust also highlights some of London’s most ancient and special trees with their London Tree Trail.

For more information , visit the Woodland Trust website here

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