Tree management news
Published: Friday 25th January 2013
As we're coming to the end of what is called the most miserable week of the year, Ipswich Borough Council is trying to raise everyone's spirits with a reminder that trees can make you happy!
Published: Friday 15th March 2013
Residents can help to create an urban community woodland in Ipswich's Gippeswyk Park.
Published: Thursday 15th November 2012
The first ash trees to be struck by die back disease have been discovered in Ipswich.
Published: Wednesday 14th November 2012
Ipswich Wildlife Group, working with Ipswich Borough Council, has been awarded more than £6,000 from the Big Tree Plant grant scheme to plant around 4,500 trees and shrubs in parks throughout the town
Published: Tuesday 30th October 2012
Although there are no recorded reports of ash trees suffering from die-back in Ipswich, Borough Council parks staff are keeping a close watch on the situation.
Published: Friday 6th January 2012
Ipswich's Park Rangers will be joined by youngsters from the Lapwing Suffolk project to plant a traditional orchard in the town's Chantry Park next Wednesday, 11th January.
Published: Tuesday 3rd January 2012
“Help us to plant several hundred new native trees in Ipswich's Landseer Park.” That is the message from the Borough Council’s Wildlife Rangers.
Published: Thursday 1st December 2011
Ipswich Borough Council has got its tree planting season under way to mark National tree Week, which runs until Sunday 4th December.