We’re going to plant trees! Thousands of them! What better way to impact climate change than to plant a tree?
While they are growing, trees use sunlight to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere through photosynthesis and store it as carbon in the form of wood.
As a sustainable transport social enterprise we wanted to create an event that aligns with our purpose, where people can do something really practical that has direct impact on air quality and the climate.
Looking for Christmas presents that will last a lifetime?
Feeling powerless about climate change? Then come and plant trees!
We’re partnering with The Woodland Trust to take a coach full of lovely folk from Brighton & Hove to do a full day of tree planting at Langley Vale Wood in Surrey.
The Woodland Trust’s vision is for a UK rich in woods and trees, enjoyed and valued by everyone. To achieve this at Langley Vale Wood, we want to create a mosaic of habitats, rich in wildlife and fully open to the public to explore. As well as establishing Langley Vale Wood as a peaceful, protected place for native wildlife to flourish and for visitors to enjoy.
James Rice , Regional Development Officer The Woodland Trust
Join us on the 15th December for a mass Community Wood Planting (they’re hoping for 600 people!) – it’ll be super rewarding and lots of fun.
We’ll be leaving Brighton at 8.30am from The Old Steine (Bus Stop S) and leaving Langley Vale at 3.30pm to hopefully be back in Brighton by 5pm.
Planting will be from 10-3pm with a break for lunch. You plant at your own pace after being shown how to plant an individual tree, so even if you plant one tree that will make a difference.
Prices: £12 Adult, £8 per child, £9 for OAPs & Students