Network coordinator details:
Dave Ellwand

About the network:

WTW were formed in 2004 to help educate people about trees.

We have worked with schools, community groups, parks and countryside department and private land owners to help raise education about trees, their needs and how to look after them. We have worked right across the Wirral.

We are all volunteers but we have members who have spent years caring for trees professionally and are lucky enough to have a few teacher mentors, horticulturists and professional gardeners among our group.

We do train our Tree Wardens in lots of things and for the next few years we are focusing on fruit trees including pruning and health checks.

We have 4 to 6 meetings a year and a lot of events that people are welcome to come to. We are at Royden Park servery twice a year at weekends as our main fundraiser.


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