Help plant trees at Scotland's First World War Centenary Wood.
Saturday 2 December, 10:30am-2pm
Volunteers and members of the armed forces community began planting Scotland’s Centenary Wood in 2014 as a living, growing memorial to all those who served in the First World War. Please help us plant another 5,000 native tree this December. All welcome.
Location: Dreghorn Woods, Pentland Hills Edinburgh EH13 9QR.
By car: exit A720 Edinburgh bypass at Dreghorn Junction, then take 1st left on the slip road going on to the bypass heading west towards Forth Road Bridge. By public transport: take a bus to Colinton then from Dreghorn Link follow the path that takes you under the bypass. There will be signs to the tree planting area from here.
Vehicle access to the Centenary Wood is limited and available only between 10.30am and 2pm. Anyone arriving outside these times will be unable to park a car. Please do dress appropriately and be prepared to walk approx. 30 minutes to the planting site. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Thank you.
This is a free event but booking will allow us to prepare equipment. All equipment will be provided.
If you are looking for directions on the day please contact Jill Donnachie on 07810 500 371