We are very lucky to have so many beautiful trees in the streets and gardens of Queen Edith’s, so this year the Community Forum is organising a ‘Tree Dressing Day’ on Wulfstan Way to celebrate all the pleasurable and practical contributions that trees make to our daily lives. Tree dressing also provides a great excuse for people of all ages, cultures and backgrounds in the Queen Edith’s community to get together and have fun! You can read more about the history of tree dressing at the Common Ground website.
Our event will include music, story-telling, children’s activities and refreshments in the morning; and a gentle social walk with Matthew Magrath, City Council Tree Officer, to Cherry Hinton Hall in the afternoon to explore this collection of beautiful trees in all their winter glory.
At the moment we are planning an 11am start, with the social walk leaving Wulfstan Way shops at 1.30pm. Check back here for details, or email the Queen Edith’s Community Forum with any questions!