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Haringey Borough Council's Tree Strategy consultation
Plans to liven up the borough are afoot with the planting of 1,000 new trees.
Haringey Borough Council has ambitions to plant 250 new trees a year up until 2018 and is inviting people to voice their opinions on where they should go.
People can also sign up to be tree wardens, where they will learn how to protect trees and give guided walks.
More than 60 volunteers have already sign up for free training course.
Councillor John Bevan, cabinet member for environment, said: “Haringey has some of the best open spaces in the country.”
This year, the borough was awarded 16 Green Flags – accolades which recognise the best green spaces in the UK.
The next tree warden meeting will be held at Bruce Castle Museum, Lordship Lane, Haringey, on Saturday September 28 from 10am to 2pm.
To have your say on the consultation, visit www.haringey.gov.uk/trees2013
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