Tree Charter Day 2019
held at Bruce Castle Museum
Sunday 1 December
Paul Wood, author of London's Street Trees spoke about his new book, London is a Forest
Keith Sacre, talked about Treeconomics and the benefits of trees in our urban landscape.
Bob Hare gave an update on the Bruce Castle Oak, runner-up England Tree of the Year 2018.
Tottenham, an area of Haringey in North East London, is an area of high density housing which is recognised as deficient in the quantity of parks and green spaces. Those that exist, such as Bruce Castle Park (the first public park in Tottenham), Downhills Park, Lordship Rec and the wild beauty of Tottenham Marshes to the East of the borough are delightful places to visit.
The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago.
The second best time is now.