A tree walk you wont want to miss!

How do trees communicate? What challenges do they face? Why is tree planting important?

Our passionate and knowledgeable Community Engagement officer, Jo Roberts will be answering all these questions, and more, on an inspiring stroll around our Wetlands Nature Reserve at the Millennium Country Park. Jo will be sharing the history of our origin by taking a closer look at the trees we plant, delving into their uses, their value to us and our native wildlife, and the folklore surrounding them.

Make sure you dress appropriately for the weather and bring a hat/sun cream if it's likely to be sunny on the day. 

This is a FREE event, but donations are welcome and gratefully received.

We are holding two 1hr walks throughout the day, 11am - 12pm and 1.30pm - 2.30pm.

We will be meeting at Reception at the Forest Centre. 

If you have any questions about the walk please contact Jo Roberts at [email protected] 

This event is in association with The Great Big Green Week

The Great Big Green Week is the UK’s biggest ever celebration of community action to tackle climate change and protect nature. 

Every year, people come together to unleash a wave of support for action to protect the planet. Tens of thousands of people in every corner of the country celebrate the heartfelt, brave, everyday actions being taken to stand up for nature and fight climate change.

If you are able to then please consider adding a small donation to the cost of your ticket when booking - all money raised goes back to helping the charity, and supports us planting more trees and looking after the Forest of Marston Vale.

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11am - 12pm

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1.30pm - 2.30pm

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