This year’s Suffolk Tree Warden Network Spring Forum & AGM will be held in Ufford, Sunday 28 April hosted by the East Suffolk Tree Warden Group.
The theme for the day will be. Working Together for Trees & Landscapes.
Event open to Suffolk Tree Wardens and other interested people. Booking essential.
For details and map visit our members page here
Thursday 21 March, University of East Anglia, Norwich, at 6pm:
Join Tom Williamson at University of East Anglia’s School of History for a fascinating update on Orchards East’s research and discoveries so far, drawing upon fantastic work undertaken by our volunteer surveyors and historical researchers. Come along to share the latest thinking on orchards in the East of England – and to find out how you too can get involved!
Further information here www.orchardseast.org.uk
Wickham Market Parish Environment Group working party.
If you have some spare time and wish to help keep Wickham green through trees, I am planning a work party on the Sports Field off Thong Hall Road.Continue reading “Keeping Whickham Green”
Judy Clements Tree Warden for Eyke, East Suffolk has been having a BIG Deer problem in a copse she planted a few years ago.Continue reading “Solving a Deer problem in Eyke”
Many thanks to the STWN and the Woodland Trust for the parcel of trees which were delivered in mid December. We have made good use of them here in Hartest.
I planted 21 one of them at the top of a rather exposed bank and path called Pask’s Path which leads from the village to the village Millennium Wood (owned by the Woodland Trust but planted and managed by the village).
We also planted some in a new cemetery we have created in the village.
A few of the others I have potted on for future use around the village.
Tree warden for Hartest parish in Babergh
Please have a look at a current Defra public consultation seeking our views on 3 vital tree issues:Continue reading “Street Trees Consultation”
Contact Howard.Jones@uea.ac.uk to book a place on any workshop.
The following are details of workshops in Suffolk, more details on these and other courses can be found at www.orchardseast.org.uk
Suffolk, January 2019
Sunday 27 January – Espalier and Reformative Fruit Tree Pruning, Waldringfield Scattered Orchard, Waldringfield, Suffolk. 1000-1530. Tutor Dr Anna Baldwin.
This one-day workshop is aimed at those who wish to learn how to restore espaliers, which have grown beyond their formal boundaries, concentrating upon reforming the main branch structure. It will also cover reformative pruning of apple trees of 15-40 years of age, which have had minimal pruning in recent years. No previous experience is required. The workshop will take place outdoors, tools and PPE are provided. There is a £15 charge for this event, to support Waldringfield Scattered Orchard.Continue reading “Orchards East workshops – winter 2018-2019”
In 2018, Suffolk Tree Warden Network (STWN) organised a number of tree-related events and workshops in Suffolk, including Spring Forum & AGM, Woodland Management, Tree Identification & Tree Warden Role and Tree Planting.
In cooperation with the Woodland Trust, STWN was able to offer free tree packs to Suffolk Tree Wardens and distributed over 2,500 young trees before Christmas.
Suffolk Tree Wardens were also kept informed about events & training courses put on by national & East Anglian organisations/charities such as Forestry Commission Tree Health seminar, Orchards East Plum and Cobnut Day and Tree Council’s Tree Warden Regional Forum.
STWN will be organising a similar number of events again this year, starting with the Spring Forum & AGM in East Suffolk – date & venue to be agreed.