Free Tree Hub - Ideford

Free tree being given away

Free Tree Hub - Ideford

Location: Entrance to Ideford Millennium Green, Fore Street, Ideford, Newton Abbot, TQ13 0BA
As part of the Saving Devon's Treescapes project we are giving away free trees for people to plant in their gardens.

Event details


10:00am - 1:00pm
A static map of Free Tree Hub - Ideford

About the event

Devon's treescapes are stunning and crucial habitats for so much wildlife. But they are under threat from Ash Dieback which is estimated to kill at least 90% of Devon’s ash trees in the coming years. It will affect everyone, but everyone can be part of the solution.

Do your bit by collecting a free tree to plant in your garden.

You will be able to collect between 1-5 free trees along with protection and a free planting and aftercare guide. The trees will all be cell grown UK broadleaf species such as crab apple, wild cherry, rowan and birch. They will be 2-3 years old and so around 20-60cm in height and will need to be planted within a few days of collection.  

Saving Devon's Treescapes is led by Devon Wildlife Trust on behalf of the Devon Ash Dieback Resilience Forum. It's a partnership project supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund as well as other funders. Read more about the project and find other ways to get involved here.




Suitable for

Families, Children, Adults, Experts, Beginners

Know before you go


Dogs permitted

What to bring

Please bring a carrier bag for your tree.

Parking information

On road or in the village.


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