*PLEASE NOTE: ALL SPACES FOR THIS EVENT ARE NOW TAKEN*
Our partner programme Landscapes for Water is a landscape scale restoration project that's seeking to make the South Pennines more resilient for climate, nature and people. Historically the South Pennines supported many more trees than it does today and, as part of this environmental project, we are looking to recreate some of these lost wooded areas. If you fancy getting involved and helping to plant some trees, please sign up to one of tree planting mornings we are running in February. These will be running on Saturdays and be overseen by the Colne Valley Tree Society.
|09:30 - 13:00
- Booking details
Call 07535658873 We have a limited number of spaces so if you book and can't attend, do cancel.
Older children are welcome, at parents' discretion.
- Meeting point
Meet at Pule Hill in the layby on the eastern side of Manchester Road at the bottom of Pule Hill. https://www.google.co.uk/maps/search/53.594651,+-1.957290?entry=tts
- What to bring and wear
Wear warm, all-weather clothing and footwear. Bring spade, gloves and goggles if you have (don’t worry if not, we will have spares on the day), plus snacks, water and hot drinks.
There will be a short (<15mins) walk to the planting site site mostly along a footpath but with some rough and tussocky terrain. The planting will be on rough, tussocky and sloping ground. Please bear this in mind when booking and consider whether you would be comfortable with this.
Parking is limited. We will provide details of the parking options in the pre-event info email. Please note that it may involve a short walk to the meeting spot. There is also the option for a longer (1hr) walk from Marsden village.
Marsden Moor Estate Office