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New woodland at Perivale Park!
Trees for Cities is working in partnership with the London Borough of Ealing to establish an area of woodland at Perivale Park, as part of the wider ‘Greenford to Gurnell Greenway’ project.

The woodland will be planted carefully so it does not block visibility or impact on the sports pitches. It will bring splashes of colour throughout the seasons and attract bees, birds and butterflies! Local people will also be able to forage the fruits and nuts that grow there. The trees will be planted in scattered groups, in the area highlighted in orange on the map below.

The proposed planting areas:
The design has been developed with the aim of creating a sustainable woodland for people and planet. The diversity of the woodland will include edible fruits and nuts for local people to forage for free, and will provide a habitat for local wildlife! The trees will be very young trees called ‘whips’.
Do you think this design will create an inviting and attractive place that local people will visit and enjoy? *
Do you think the list of trees contains an appealing tasty mix of fruit and nuts that local people may want to eat? *
Do you think the design will improve the biodiversity of Perivale Park and encourage more wildlife? *
Which out of these fruit and nut trees are your favourites? *
Do you have any other suggestions for fruit and nut trees?
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Would you like to help plant the trees on the community planting day on Sunday 2nd December?
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What would you like to see at the community planting day? (e.g. face painting, coconut shire, music)
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