Harlow Council is offering residents the opportunity to improve the quality of their town as part of their pledge to plant 1,000 trees and hedgerows in the next year.
The scheme, which will run from October 2019 and throughout next year, aims to bring together the community to help improve their neighbourhoods and contribute towards combatting climate change.
To support this initiative, the council will be supplying the tools and tree ‘whips’, as well as providing advice on ideal planting times to give the baby trees the best chance to grow.
When the trees are established they will be taken over and managed with the rest of the trees on council land.
If you would like to take part, get a group together and decide whereabouts you would like to see some trees planted.
For more information and to register your interest, visit our plant a tree for Harlow page
Registered residents and groups will be invited to attend a community tree planting day on Sunday 15 December 2019.