17 March → 02 April 2023

Great British Spring Clean

The Great British Spring Clean returns from 17 March - 2 April 2023.

Now into its eighth year, the Great British Spring Clean is Keep Britain Tidy’s annual national clean-up campaign.

Last year, nearly half a million bags were pledged.

20 March → 21 September 2023

Trees, Love, Care

Did you know that simple aftercare, such as weeding and watering, can greatly increase a newly planted tree’s chance of survival? The Tree Council's 'Trees, Love, Care' campaign raises awareness of the easy ways we can all help our local trees thrive.

Discover tree care tips

01 April → 30 April 2023

Spring In Your Step

Join thousands of people across the country and get out and celebrate your local trees and wildlife in April. It’s a fantastic opportunity to enjoy strolling through woodland, walking in your local park, or simply appreciating the tree-lined streets around you.

Find out more on the Tree Council's website

07 May → 13 May 2023

International Compost Awareness Week

International Compost Awareness Week (ICAW), celebrated each year during the first full week of May, is the largest and most comprehensive education initiative in the compost industry.

This year's theme is: For Healthier Soil, Healthier Food…Compost! The theme was chosen based on a serious world-wide issue that every nation, unfortunately, experiences: hunger. 

Learn more

22 September → 22 October 2023

Seed Gathering Season

Grow the trees of the future.

The Tree Council's annual Seed Gathering Season encourages everyone to join in gathering seeds, fruits and nuts and nurturing the trees of the future. Beginning on 22 September, the autumn equinox, Seed Gathering Season runs for a month and is the perfect start to autumn. 2021 marked our 21st Seed Gathering Season. 

Find out more 

26 November → 04 December 2023

National Tree Week

National Tree Week is the UK’s largest annual tree celebration, marking the start of the winter tree planting season. It gets people out planting trees around the country, reminding everyone how fundamental trees are to our lives. 

Find out more on the Tree Council's website