Unbelievable but true. We have literally given trees a voice and we can’t wait for you to hear them!
London Tree Week, 27th May and 4th June, 10am to 4pm. Free Entrance.
Venture along the Thames, just past Tower Bridge and you’ll come across Potters Fields Park. This little green oasis, snuggled beside City Hall, is a haven for people, nature and some very special trees. We’ve partnered with the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity, The Woodland Trust, to bring you an Audio Trail as part of London Tree Week where you can experience:
We are grateful to all the wonderful people who lent their voices, including award-winning poet Claire Dyer who wrote an incredible poem for Poetree. She has given the Ash tree a voice, drawing upon mythology, history, nature and our role in looking after these endangered trees. Also thanks to award winning-journalist Hazel Southam who lent her voice for Histree - it's gritty and gripping! Then of course the one and only Poco Drom with the amazing Biodiversitree song - but you'll have to find the Wingnut Tree at Potters Fields Park to hear that!
Below are a few totally treelaxed folk at our debut event in Prospect Park, Reading. That oak is 400 years old!
Photo thanks to Maria Andrews Manifestafilm
Get a free dose of nature from The Tree Doctor
The Tree Doctor will be on duty each day, helping to combat symptoms of 'Nature Deficit Disorder' by prescribing specific talking trees and other doses of nature (including lots of fun, hands on activities throughout the site) ...all treatments are FREE on the NHS (Natural Health Service).
You won’t believe your ears!
These 5 trees will tell your their stories through history, poetry and song. Immerse yourself in an amazing sonic experience and discover the wonderful benefits trees give to people and the planet.
Watch our little promo to see how the eclectic Nature Nurture bunch gave trees a voice...
Film by Manifestafilm.
Why are we doing this?
People need nature. Nature needs people.
Potters Fields Park lies at the very heart of London, on the southern side of the Thames. It can be accessed either via Tooley St, Tower Bridge Road, the Queen’s Walk from More London, or from Shad Thames. The best postcode to use for SATNAV or Google maps is SE1 2AA.
The park is managed by the Potters Fields Park Management Trust. They have a great website with fascinating information about the wildlife and history of this special space.