About the network:
South Staffordshire is a predominantly rural area lying to the north and west of the West Midlands conurbation with Shropshire and Worcestershire bordering the District to the west and south respectively. The District covers an area of about 41,000ha with about 95% being designated as greenbelt. 37 Tree Wardens, who are appointed by and represent 27 Parishes across the district, alert the Council to potential threats to trees arising from for example any changes to land or property ownerships and to trees where concerns have been expressed regarding safety issues particularly to public roads, footpaths and open spaces.
VISIT REMARKABLE TREES:
Explore trees in your area
Explore beautiful trees in your local area using our interactive map. You’ll also find links to 60 educational tree planting stories, inspired by the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and carried out by volunteers in communities across the UK.