Wandsworth Living Streets Next Meeting and AGM - 'Trees For Wandsworth'

Including a talk from Wandsworth Arboricultural Manager Patrick Langley



The local  group in the Borough of Wandsworth  of the national charity, Living Streets, which campaigns to create better streets and public spaces for people on foot. We aim to achieve safe, attractive and enjoyable streets across our borough.

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with Patrick Langley
(Arboricultural Manager, Wandsworth Council)

Wednesday,  11 January 2012, 7.30pm

Preceded by our first WLS AGM, 6.30pm
The Alma Pub
Upstairs function room
Address: 499 Old York Road, SW18 1TF

Opposite Wandsworth Town Station, and on Nos. 28 and 44 bus routes
Streetmap at: http://tinyurl.com/ygwtk4z 

Pat Langley is the Borough’s ‘Mr Trees’. He heads a team responsible for most of the 15,000 ‘public’ trees we have – on our streets, in parks, on housing estates and even in school grounds. We are very lucky to have him coming to talk. Bring any questions you have and put them to him.  
How can you go about getting more trees on your street?
What can you do if a tree dies or is vandalised?
Can residents plant flowers around the base of street trees?
Why should we worry about trees anyway?
What about the Mayor of London’s tree planting schemes?
Could fruit and nut trees have a place?
These are just some of the questions Pat will be happy to field.
Our AGM will precede this talk at 6.30pm.

Do please come in time for the AGM.  Our Chair will report on the past year’s activities.  We need to elect our Committee for this year. And we all need to put forward our ideas as to what our priority activities during 2012 should consist of.

SEE YOU THERE. Please let Susie or Robert  know whether or not you can come.

  • Susie Morrow (Chair):                   sem@semorrow.com                                    
                07803 723 425      
  • Robert Molteno (Secretary):      robert.molteno@googlemail.com            
                07973 164 203      


January 6, 2012


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