Marnham Fields Woodland – Saturday 25th February 2017
Planting fruit and nut whips (young trees).
Trees for Cities (the organisers of the tree planting event) is working in partnership with Ealing Council to create a vibrant edible community woodland in Marnham Fields. The field has some existing woodland planting by the community years ago. The rest has been low-biodiversity scrubland. This project will enrich the area, counteracting the A40 road which is right next door, and providing a beautiful place for people to relax and forage for fruits and nuts.
What Trees for Cities will provide:
Upon arrival, please go to the tent to sign up.
Contact on the day
Jess Massucco – 07827 856 823
Food and drink
Please bring a flask or normal mug with you for drinks so we avoid using disposable cups 🙂
Sandwiches & refreshments will be served by IUS.
There will be portable toilets on site. We will have a space to pray.
What you will need
Please wear strong boots and wear layers. Bring waterproofs.
You can leave your belongings in the left luggage area with our staff. Trees for Cities cannot be responsible for any lost or stolen belongings. The bags will be manned and numbered using a ticket system. Please bear in mind that anything brought into the field may get muddy.
Marnham Fields, Greenford, London UB6 9UQ
On map above, Red cross: Meeting point & Blue dashed line: Route from Greenford Station.
From Greenford Undergound: 15-20 minute walk.
Exit the station and turn right. Turn right onto Hill Rise and continue walking down this road until you reach the bridge. Cross the bridge over the A40 road and the entrance to Marnham Fields will be in front of you. The registration tent will be just along the path.