Trees for our future campaign

'Trees for our future' is a campaign to plant a target of 160,000 trees over the coming years, one for every resident living in our district. 

Working in partnership with the Woodland Trust, the Forestry CommissionWarwickshire Wildlife Trust, and the Tree Council, our aim is to bring together local communities, Town and Parish Councils, schools, businesses and landowners together in a project which will not only make our post COVID-19 district a healthier and more beautiful place to live, work and visit, but will also enhance wildlife and help to combat climate change.

As part of the campaign, our project team will be facilitating a number of schemes to encourage tree planting on Council and third party land. Currently, we are looking at the opportunities for including tree planting as part of the proposals for the creation of the new Country Park in Tach Brook and also the proposed redevelopment of Newbold Comyn.    

See the tree planing news releases and keep an eye on this page for further details about the project and opportunities to get involved.

Tree planting with the Woodland Trust

If you’re looking to plant lots of trees, the Woodland Trust have the trees, grants and funding schemes to help. ​

Large scale planting