Haverhill Tree Wardens
Haverhill Tree Wardens are a voluntary group who promote planting and looking after trees in Haverhill and the local area. The Tree Warden network operates all over the country and was created by the Tree Council. Haverhill Tree Wardens work in partnership with the town council.
Haverhill Tree Wardens have planted trees on land at Howe Road, the Jubilee allotments and have been involved in creating a community orchard on the Chalkstone estate. Burton End and St Felix Primary Schools have been helped to plant trees with their pupils. They have also worked to supply local farmers with trees and hedge plants.
The aim of the tree wardens is to plant more trees, provide care for trees and make trees matter. Trees are an asset to the communities we live in, creating green space, providing habitats and biodiversity, reducing noise, improving air quality, absorbing CO2 and more. We would like to help people enjoy and take care of the trees in Haverhill and the surrounding area.
We are always looking for sites for planting trees and hedges, so do contact us if you are a landowner who would be interested in planting trees in the next planting season between November and March. Each year there are a limited number of free tree packs from the Woodland Trust available to landowners on a first come, first served basis.