2017 Events

Calm Festival 2017

Calm Fesival 2017

This festival takes place next to the George & Dragon, Thurton, Norfolk. A lot of the tree planting was undertaken with the support and advice of the South Norfolk Tree Warden Network. For more information visit their website

Regional Tree Warden Forums

The regional Tree Warden Forums are taking place this Autumn.This year the East  Anglian Forum takes place in Suffolk on 30th September. For more information click here

For the 2nd year we shall be attending South Norfolk on Show to promote our network & trees!

Upcoming Events

Pauline Williamson is kindly inviting the SNTW Network to visit her woodlands at Costessey on Saturday 15th July for an enjoyable walking tour and explanation of the ongoing project to recover and improve the woodlands for community use. More details to follow but please make a note in your diary.

Chris Brooks of Scole will be organising an event in September/October to explain how he and his community have acquired land and are transforming it into a community asset through ‘wilding’ and making access paths as well as planting trees and hedges. His work won Chris the South Norfolk Community Award in the Environment section this year.


Wild About East Hill  Wood

Pauline Williamson, Cotessey Tree Warden and her team are organising a family friendly event on Saturday 6th May. Full details are on the flyer below.

East Hill Wood Event

Picnic BBQ at Scole Sunday 8th July

Chris Brooks, Scole Tree Warden is organising a “Bring you own food ” BBQ and picnic in Scole. The event will start at 3:00pm. More details will be available soon – so return to this page and be sure not to miss this fundraising event.

Weird & Wonderful Wood 2017

For more information  about this event Click here

Weird & Wonderful Wood

Wednesday 7th December

An Invitation from Suffolk Tree Warden Network 

Dear Fellow Tree Warden,
Please find below an invitation to a meeting. I will be attending to talk and advise on setting up independent tree warden networks. It seems Suffolk District Councils are looking to go the same way as South Norfolk.
It looks an interesting and informative day so, if you are able to go, please book directly as advised. Maybe we can organise car share?
With best wishes

Dear Tree Warden,

I am writing to invite you to our Tree Warden Winter Get-Together on Wednesday 7thDecember.

We have a great day planned at Cockfield Village Hall (located between Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury).

The event is being hosted by the Tree Warden for Cockfield, Robin Morley, together with The Friends of Earl’s Meadow.
Jon Stokes, from The Tree Council will also be there to lead on what we hope will be a lively discussion on the future of Tree Wardening in East Anglia.

I have attached the details for the day, including the booking form and running order. Also attached is a location plan with directions to Cockfield.

Please let me know me by the 30th November if you are able to attend. You can either do this by posting the form or emailing me with your response. Alternatively you can phone Frances Jannaway (Tree Warden for Thornham Magna) on 01379 672 987 with your acceptance, or if you have any questions regarding the day’s proceedings.

I do hope you can attend this event, which will be a lovely mix of walking, talking and learning at a very interesting site. Expert help will be on hand for winter twig identification and warming soup on offer at the Village Hall on our return.

Kind regards

Sunday 16th October

Autumn Trees and Hedgerows (FREE EVENT) Kenninghall

To register for this FREE event follow the link above


Thursday 13th October

This talk, taking place in Poringland, may be of interest to Network members. For more information on this, and the British Trust for Ornithology go to


Saturday 24th September 

East Anglian Tree Warden Forum 






Or to avoid delay book your place and pay on The Tree Council website,



Saturday & Sunday 23rd/24th July

Strumpshaw Tree Fair


Sunday 17th July: South Norfolk Show


We shall be attending this event. This is a great opportunity to promote the work of Tree Wardens and possibly recruit some more volunteers. We will provide a tree identification quiz and some general educational material. If you would like to lend a hand on the day then  Contact Us   or just turn up and enjoy the day.


11th April

Our first event will be an introductory meeting on Monday 11th April at 7:00pm. This will be held at South Norfolk Council offices in Long Stratton.