Grab your shovels and join our Town Ranger this February half-term for a chance to plant a tree in Knutsford!
Following the success of last year’s event, ‘Plant a Tree with Ranger Bob’ is back this month and people of all ages are invited to participate by planting a tree in the two-day event. Whether you’re looking for ways to get some fresh air, or you just love trees, it’s a great way to make some memories and be part of Knutsford’s Nature Action Plan!
Knutsford Town Council set out to plant 13,000 trees as part of its Nature Action Plan in March 2020 as part of its commitment to reduce our carbon footprint. So far, the Council has planted 1,471 trees and they are keen to keep that number growing.
As part of this initiative, last year Knutsford residents joined fantastic Town Ranger Bob in different sites around Knutsford to plant a variety of trees. Dozens of Knutsford residents turned out to get stuck in and help plant a tree.
If you’d like to get involved this year, please send your name, contact number, how many people you’d like to bring and which site you’d like to plant a tree at to email@example.com. Spaces are limited so please get in touch ASAP to secure a space.
The times and sites are as follows:
Tuesday 21st Feb
9am: Chelford Road, outside the cricket club (2 trees) – 1 Volunteer
10am: Brandon Drive, green next to wildflower meadow (2 trees) – 1 Volunteer
11am: The Heath, behind bowling green (2 trees) – 1 Volunteer
12pm: Ladies Mile, by Heath Drive (3 trees) – 2 Volunteers
1pm: Westfield Drive, green near 33-37 (11 trees) – 4 Volunteers
Wednesday 22nd Feb
9am: Site One – Longridge, near 358-357 (4 trees) – 2 Volunteers
10am: Site Two – Longridge, near 310-311 (2 trees) – 1 Volunteer
11am: Site Three – Longridge, near 95-97 (1 tree) – 1 Volunteer
12pm: Site Four – Longridge, near the Welcome (4 trees) – 2 Volunteers
1pm: Site Five – Southfields, green opposite 30-38 (5 trees) – 2 Volunteers