Group    From 1974 

Tree Council

Categories: Gardens / Agriculture

The Tree Council was founded in 1974 to keep up the momentum of 1973's National Tree Planting Year - "Plant a Tree in '73". They ran the first National Tree Week in 1975 and in 2004 claimed that up to a million trees are planted each year as a result of National Tree Week, run each year in November.

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Tree Council

Creations Information

Charlton House mulberry tree - 1

The Tree Council in celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen El...

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Epping Forest

The photograph we have found for Sue Roe and Robert Finch just happens to be ...

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National Tree Week 1987

National Tree Week is an event which has been promoted by the Tree Council si...

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Trees for Westminster

To celebrate Westminster City Council's Quatercentenary HRH the Duke of Kent,...

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Other Subjects

Friends of Vauxhall Park

Friends of Vauxhall Park

Established in 1999, the Friends of Vauxhall Park is a voluntary group whose aim is to protect and enhance Vauxhall Park as a place of freedom, recreation and enjoyment for all sections of the loca...

Group, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
The Royal Hospital Chelsea

The Royal Hospital Chelsea

A retirement and nursing home for British soldiers who are unfit for further duty due to injury or old age. They are popularly known as ‘Chelsea Pensioners’. Female pensioners were first admitted i...

Building, Architecture, Armed Forces, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Joseph Beck

Joseph Beck

Saving Clissold Park have some lovely old photos of this man but they have eschewed the normal form of potted biography and instead have provided 13 bullets points:  Chairman of the Clissold Par...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Politics & Administration

2 memorials
National Gardens Scheme

National Gardens Scheme

Opens (mainly private) gardens to the public to raise money for charity. Grew out of a need to provide finances for retired district nurses.

Group, Benefactor, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Manor of Hyde

Manor of Hyde

An area roughly equivalent to modern-day Hyde Park. It was owned by Westminster Abbey, and its woods afforded both fire-wood and shelter for the monks and for their game and water-fowl.

Place, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial