West Gorton Community Park installs a new Tree Trail

Project Facilitator Suzanne has been hard at work in West Gorton, developing a new walking trail for the park. West Gorton Community Park has an array of different trees, some new and some old. Alongside the community, Suzanne has created a trail that you can follow to learn more about the trees you pass as you walk around the park.

Next to each tree is a QR code on a wooden post. Scan the QR codes to find out more about the trees and the park, providing vital biodiversity just outside the center of Manchester. Don’t forget to tag us @gw_Northern_Network on social media if you are out following the trail!

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