Emergency meeting about street trees

June 22 2017

An emergency meeting has been called by Bristol Tree Forum about the Council’s consultation on its recent decision to stop maintaining street trees in the city.

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An emergency meeting has been called by Bristol Tree Forum about the Council’s consultation on its recent decision to stop maintaining street trees in the city. 

Held at Bristol City Hall on Tuesday 4 July, 6-8pm, the meeting is open to all and will consider what solutions to this threat to Bristol’s street trees can be offered and to plan a way ahead. 

Speakers from Sheffield and Birmingham Trees for Life have been invited to talk about issues their cities have faced over tree management and how they are able to protect, maintain and plant trees in public spaces. An epetition has been set up on the Bristol City Council website to protect Bristol’s street trees and people are encouraged to sign it, see petition