Trees for Congleton

Planting Season Winter 23/24

For September and October we are going back to last season’s sites and doing maintenance including weeding, mulching and trimming. Please join us if you can!

Then we will start planting new hedges, trees and orchards in November and throughout the winter.

If you can help, please bring wear gloves, wellies or boots, and appropriate clothing for the weather. Bring spade, trowel, hand fork, secateurs if you have them – but it is also OK if you don’t have any tools, they can be provided!

We also have a WhatsApp group that we use for updates, especially at the last-minute due to weather or other factors influencing plans – if you want to join the WhatsApp group, please send a mobile number to the email address above.


All sessions will be from 10 am to 12 am unless otherwise notified.  For details of location or other queries, email or contact us via the Facebook Page.


Tues 3rd

Solly Crescent

Hedge, orchard, standard tree maintenance, top up mulch

Thurs 5th

Ullswater Road

Hedge maintenance, top up mulch

Thurs 12th

Thirlmere Court

Orchard maintenance, top up mulch, light hedge pruning

Sat 14th

Windsor Place

Hedge, orchard, standard tree, whip maintenance, top up mulch

Mon 16th

Windsor Place

Continue maintenance as above

Fri 20th

St John’s Rec

Whip and orchard maintenance, top up mulch

Mon 23rd

St John’s Rec

Continue whip maintenance

Thurs 26th


Any sites not yet completed.

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Site Plans/Consultations

The new planting sites will be listed here, with a link to each for more information and so that you can give feedback. All sites will be subject to consultation. Neighbours will be contacted directly, and all residents can give their feedback via this website. Check back to see what new sites will be added for the 2023/24 season.



Completed 22/23

Here is a list of sites we have already planted, but you can still get involved! Would you like to become a ‘friend’ of a site near you and help to look after the young trees and hedges?  Please sign up on the relevant page below. Thank you!


Tree Group Volunteers