The Coventry Tree Warden Network (CTWN)

The aim of the group this year is to protect and plant more trees and keep spreading
the word about their huge importance to our health and well-being,
especially in relation to all the planned building development.

AGM - Tuesday 10th April 2018
7pm - Coventry City Council House - Committee Room 3

At the start of the meeting Michelle Tyrtania, Park Services Manager at Coventry City Council, will be giving a talk about the activities of the Rangers and how they work with other groups in the City.

Below are recent and ongoing activities of the group

Tree Warden Training - April 7th, The valuation of trees.
Kingsway Orchard restoration
Stoke Green tree avenue
War Memorial Park boundary shrub planting

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The group has the following objectives to raise the profile of
trees and hedgerows around Coventry and its environs:

• To provide a forum for tree and hedgerow related issues.
• To gather and disseminate information about trees and hedgerows to aid proper management and maintenance.
• To promote the benefits of trees and hedgerows by raising awareness and through education.
• To liaise with statutory bodies and other organisations to influence policy and decision making.
• To encourage, promote and support practical projects associated with trees, woods and hedgerows.
• To raise public awareness of the CTWN, its objectives and activities.

Latest events

Tuesday 10th April 2018

Sunday in May 2018
Bluebell Walk in Piles Coppice Wood

Saturday 2nd June 2018
Annual Moth Night

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