Wanted – Parish Tree Warden

Wanted – Parish Tree Warden





The Tree Warden Scheme is a national initiative to enable people to play an active role in conserving and enhancing their local trees and woods. The scheme was founded and is co-ordinated by The Tree Council. (http://www.treecouncil.org.uk/Take-Part/Tree-Wardens)

Tree Wardens are volunteers, appointed by parish councils or other community organisations, who gather information about their local trees, get involved in local tree matters and encourage local practical projects related to the trees and woods.

In Chelmsford the Scheme is supported by the City Council. They organise 4 – 5 training session per year on subjects like winter and summer identification; conifer identification; tree health; trees and the law etc and you will be kept up to date with mail shots from the Tree Council.

If you are interested in becoming a Tree Warden for our Parish please contact Kirsty Roberts on 01245 466313 to discuss further.

SPRINGFIELD PARISH COUNCIL
Parish Centre, St. Augustine's Way,
Chelmsford, Essex CM1 6GX

Tel: 01245 466313

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