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Below is a list of events coming up where you can get involved in tree planting and other activities.  

You can also check out the latest regular volunteering opportunities


April
 
Tuesday 26, Tree planting at Hurst Wood, Whitefield, 10.00am-3.00pm: Join Red Rose Forest to plant native trees and shrubs at Hurst Wood! Come along for an hour or join us for the day! Refreshments, gloves and tools will be provided.
No experience is necessary. Meeting point: Hurst Wood, Copper Lane, Whitefield, Manchester, M45 7TQ.
 
Thursday 28 April, Wellbeing Walk along the Bridgewater Way - Join Red Rose Forest for a friendly walk along the Bridgewater Way. We will explore the section between Timperley and Sale and finish at a local coffee shop for a drink afterwards. *Metrolink to and from the walk included *. This walk is suitable for all and free. Booking essential, via Wellbeing centre reception on 0161 912 4828. For more information contact: Janie on 0161 872 1660 or email
 
Saturday 30 April, Tree planting at Hurst Wood, Whitefield, 10.00am-3.00pm: - Join Red Rose Forest to plant native trees and shrubs at Hurst Wood! Come along for an hour or join us for the day! Refreshments, gloves and tools will be provided.

Regular 

Dementia walk and talk, Heaton Park, 10.30am-12.00pm, every Thursday:
Would you like to meet and spent time with others affected by dementia? Come along to our weekly walking group at Heaton Park for people living with dementia and carers. Location: Heaton Park, Sheepfoot Lane entrance, M25 0DL. PRE-BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL. Please contact the Alzheimer's Society on on 0161 342 0797 or to book or for more information.

 

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