From The Tree Council:

The UK’s largest annual tree celebration.

National Tree Week is the UK’s largest annual tree celebration, marking the start of the winter tree planting season (November to March each year). This year, it’s taking place 28 November – 6 December.

Get your hands dirty!

The Tree Council first established National Tree Week in March 1975 to support national replanting of trees after the outbreak of Dutch Elm disease. Each year, The Tree Council’s member organisations such as voluntary bodies and local authorities, up to 200 schools and community groups, their 6,000 strong network of volunteer Tree Wardens and many others, support the initiative by setting up fun, worthwhile and accessible events, inspiring upward of a quarter of a million people to get their hands dirty and together plant trees.

National Tree Week is a great chance for communities to do something positive for their local treescape.

Getting involved…

Around the country, volunteer Tree Wardens and other champions of local trees will be holding tree planting events to celebrate National Tree Week: The UK’s largest annual tree celebration! Check back nearer the time using our calendar’s map tab to find out what is happening in your local area.

Disclaimer: please be aware that due to COVID-19, events are subject to changes and cancellations. The Tree Council is also not responsible for the running of third party events, individuals must take responsibility to ensure that the events they attend adhere to local, regional and national safety guidelines. Read our guide for planning Covid-aware tree planting events.