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Wee Forest Planting Day at Orkney Street, Govan, Glasgow!

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Orkney Street Wee Forest

Orkney Street

Govan

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G51 2DB

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Join Earthwatch for a community tree planting day in Govan, Glasgow!

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Glasgow Science Centre and Earthwatch would like to invite you to join us and take part in a community tree planting day and plant a Wee (or Tiny) Forest in Govan.

A Wee (Tiny) Forest is a dense, fast-growing, native woodland about the size of a tennis court. These are not only an attractive location for wildlife, but for people as well, and can provide a range of benefits in the fight against climate change. The event is free and open to all ages.

Orkney Street - Friday 22nd October, 2021

Time: 10.00am - 4.00pm

Location: Orkney Place Park, Govan (Please click here to see the exact location on Google Maps)

Important Accessibility and Facilities Information:

The Orkney Street site can be accessed via Orkney Street or Broomloan Rd.

Wheelchair accessibility is via a path off Orkney street (opposite Orkney Street Enterprize centre). The path is fully tarmacked.

Nearest Bus Stops to site:

Nearest Car Parking:

• Free on-street parking along Orkney Street.

• Govan Cross Shopping Centre

• Albio Car Park

• Glasgow Science Centre

Unfortunately, there are no toilet facilities for either site close by. If you have any other questions about accessibility, you can contact us at CLDteam@gsc.org.uk

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Orkney Street Wee Forest

Orkney Street

Govan

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G51 2DB

United Kingdom

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Earthwatch is an environmental charity with science at its heart.

We drive the change needed to live within our means and in balance with nature.

We do this by connecting people with the natural world, monitoring the health of our natural resources, and informing the actions that will have the greatest positive impact.

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