National Tree Week 2021

18 November 2021 1 minute read

Join us in celebrating National Tree Week 2021!

National Tree Week is the UK’s largest annual tree celebration, and it's taking place between 27th November – 5th December. We are kicking off the week by planting 10,000 trees in Newhall Park, Bradford and a further 12,000 trees in Redbridge, London later that week. With the fantastic support of our volunteers and supporters, we are able to make our cities greener, happier and healthier places to live.

The last year has truly highlighted the value of urban green spaces with so many of us having found solace in our leafy surroundings. As well as providing many benefits to our health and general wellbeing, urban trees keep us connected to nature. So, it is vital that Trees for Cities continues to green our urban landscapes by planting more trees - and we hope you can help us get there!

There are plenty of ways you can celebrate National Tree Week with us. From volunteering at a planting day, joining our #GenerationTree movement or doubling your donation at no extra cost! Take a look at all the ways you can join in below.


Happy National Tree Week to all the tree lovers out there! A special thanks to all our brilliant volunteers who've helped us green cities over the years - we couldn't have done it without you 💚

The Players of the Peoples Postcode Lottery help make our work possible. We're delighted to have them on board and supporting our incredible mission to plant more trees and connect communities!

Donate to Trees for Cities and together we can help cities grow into greener, cleaner and healthier places for people to live and work worldwide.