Plant legacy trees in Kennington Park
Trees for Cities has been based in Kennington Park’s historic Prince Consort Lodge since 2003 and are presently working in partnership with Lambeth Council and Friends of Kennington Park to safeguard the park’s trees for future generations.
With help from volunteers, they conducted an i-tree survey in Kennington park to access the condition and value of the trees currently in the park. These findings will be used to inform and support the planting of 15 new legacy trees in the park, to maintain tree numbers for the benefit of the local community and the natural environment.
Trees for Cities wants to here from local residents and the Kennington community
- Join them in planting the 15 new legacy trees on the morning of Saturday 11th November – Fill in sign up sheet.
- Take part in their visitor questionnaire so we can help improve the park – Fill visitor questionnaire.
If you have any questions about this project or our other work, please contact [email protected]
Trees for Cities have been working with the Friends of Kennington Park and Lambeth Council since 2016 to safeguard the park’s trees for future generations.
Trees for Cities will be planting 15 new trees in Kennington Park to help restore the legacy of trees and maintain tree numbers for the benefit of the local community and the natural environment.
If you would like to plant a tree on
Saturday 11th November 10am-1.30pm please sign up here:
Everybody is welcome!
For more information, please contact Zoe at [email protected] or call 020 7820 4426
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