Tuesday 16 November 11.00 – 12.00
Thornes Park, Denby Dale Road, Wakefield WF2 8DY
Wakefield Interfaith Network, with the help of Wakefield Tree Wardens, Wakefield District Arboricultural officer and local school children, will plant three native trees in a local park. These mature trees, in the growing circle of interfaith trees, provide interest and beauty for visitors to enjoy along with food and shelter for wildlife. They symbolise the way that people from different faiths and cultures can live and work together, in harmony with each other and the natural world.
We will be in the open air but will still observe social distancing.
|Event held by||Wakefield Interfaith Network, Wakefield Tree Wardens, Wakefield District Metropolitan Council|
|Venue accessibility||Assistance dogs permitted, Disabled parking, Step-free access|
|Event categories||Environment/ climate event, Intergenerational, Other (event type)|
|Important information||This is an outdoor activity taking place on a grassed area with no shelter. Appropriate clothing and footwear is needed for probable cold, damp November weather.
The car park is a 15-minute walk from the planting site, along firm footpaths but with 70 yards of grass to cross to the site.