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Tree Trail ~ Part of Wolverhampton Walking Festival 2017
Sat 13 May 2017, 13:00 – 15:00 BST
Come and discover some of the different tree species at Bantock Park, Wolverhampton. Find out which tree is the oldest living species, as well as many native species, together with our 'edible' hedgerow (planted just last year by members of BUG - volunteers with the Bantock User Group/Gardening Club).
Is there a car park at the event?
Yes - there is a large car park with ample parking.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No - that's not necessary.
Is there any charge for this event?
No - it's absolutely free.
Are there toilets at the event?
Yes - there are toilets in the courtyard by the cafe. There are also baby change facilities.
Is there on-site catering?
Yes, there is the Courtyard Cafe with a wide variety of hot/cold food/drinks. Tables inside and out (weather dependant).
Are children permitted at this event?
Absolutely (but they must be accompanied by a responsible adult).
Is this event suitable for buggies/wheelchairs?
What should I wear to this event?
Well, because the great British weather can be unpredictable, it's a good idea to wear suitable clothing and footwear according to the weather.
Are dogs allowed at this event?
Well behaved dogs are allowed, on-lead - however, please be aware that some small children may feel intimidated; if this is the case please be prepared to return to the car park with your dog.
Where do we meet?
We'll be waiting for you on the car park - look out for the Ranger.
How do I learn more about Walking for Health?
Get in touch with the team (see details below).
How do I learn more about becoming a volunteer with BUG (Bantock User Group) or part of the Gardening Club?
Get in touch with Wilf (see details below).