A Gnome's Adventure with Trees for Cities!
13 July 2023
After working with Our Lady and St George Primary School in London on a fantastic Edible Playground, we were approached by their students with a special ask...
Trees for Cities partnership with The Sensory Trust
11 July 2023
As a community-focused charity, we are dedicated to improving our accessibility to ensure that as many people as possible can reach and enjoy our services.
Ealing Tree Festival 2023
29 June 2023
We worked in partnership with Ealing Council to hold our second Ealing Tree Festival!
London Climate Action Week 2023
27 June 2023
What better time to look into some of our London-based tree planting projects than London Climate Action Week! Let's see how our work is supporting key climate action themes.
Why it’s so important to water young urban trees
16 June 2023
Find out how Trees for Cities is keeping our newly planted trees alive during the summer months through watering - and how you can help out too!
How urban trees can help migratory birds
1 June 2023
Lets delve into the extensive research out there that analyses the connection between urban trees and migratory birds.
Why Cities Need Urban Trees for Clean Air
23 May 2023
As we approach Clean Air Day 2023, let’s take a closer look at how urban trees produce clean air, and why they’re so essential to our wellbeing.
EALING TREE FESTIVAL RETURNS
17 May 2023
The much-loved Ealing Tree Festival returns for a second year on Saturday, 17 June 2023 from 11am to 4pm at Southall Park.
Trees in our cities: 10 reasons we need to plant more
16 May 2023
10 reasons why we need more trees in our cities.
The ultimate guide to bees!
7 May 2023
We know we need to look after our bees but how much do we actually know about them? Prepare to bee amazed!
Forests for Health
25 April 2023
Trees for Cities supporter Diane Gabriel provides us with an insightful and historical explanation on why urban forests can provide health benefits for all.
The connection between hedgehogs and urban trees
21 April 2023
Whilst many may think that hedgehogs reside in quiet, rural woodlands, they are popular in towns and cities and are very reliant on urban trees and greenery!