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Lianne de Mello

Question Time 11 - 24's - Tree Town (online event)

Location: Zoom, Link will be sent to you before the event, check your inbox!
At the start of Lockdown, Lara worked with her dad to set up ‘Tree Town’: a campaign to plant more trees around her hometown of Bridgnorth. Tree planting is crucial in mitigating some of the effects of climate change. Join us to hear more about her plans, and what you could do to help.

Event details


5.00pm - 6.30pm
A static map of Question Time 11 - 24's - Tree Town (online event)

About the event

Question Time is organised for young people as part of our Growing Confidence project, aimed at encouraging 11-24's to be more aware of the environment. These online talks take place once a month and will cover hot environmental topics, with a talk from an expert followed by an opportunity for questions and debating.

This Question Time event is for anyone between the ages of 11 and 24, any where in the country, and takes place via Zoom. After registering for the event, if you have not attended one before, you will be sent a Media Consent Form. All of these sessions are recorded and then the video put on the SWT YouTube channel. If you do not want to be recorded that's fine, you can still take part, we just suggest you keep your video switched off.

 If you are considering an environmental career, are concerned about local environmental issues or just want to meet like minded people then join us. It is great for learning about local wildlife, habitats and building new skills to add to your CV. 

We have unlimited spaces but booking is essential so we can send you the joining link - check your inbox!




Contact us

Kat Hinton
Contact number: 07985 188742

If you haven't been involved with us and the Growing Confidence project before, but would like to take part in our sessions then please read and complete the downloadable forms below and return to:

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Following the 2015 Paris climate change agreement, the UK's Big Lottery Fund through Our Bright Future invested £33 million in more than 30 organisations nationwide to inspire and develop the next generation of environmental leaders. Growing Confidence is one of these projects. You can find out more here.