Events that the Reading Tree Warden Network are involved in

The Reading Tree Wardens organise an annual programme of walks, talks, training, and support the extensive tree planting programme across Reading.

Reading Tree Wardens' Annual General Meeting, Wednesday 25 July, 2018, The Milestone Centre, Northbrook Road, Caversham, Reading RG4 6PF.

All welcome to our AGM which will be followed by an evening walk at the nearby Clayfield Copse led by The Friends of Clayfield Copse with Michael Keith-Lucas, who will talk about trees of note and the effects of Ash dieback there. If you can't make the AGM meet us at the Clayfield Copse Car Park at Hope to see you there!

From Town to Boundary: Guided Riverside Walk at Reading-on-Thames Festival, Saturday 15 September, at and again at

Reading Cultural Award winners Reading Tree Wardens and Two Rivers Press invite you to a riverside walk exploring Reading's history, dramatic events, famous (or infamous) people, trees and nature, as we take a circular guided walk starting from Caversham pedestrian bridge to Horseshoe Bridge. This event will draw on expertise from both organisations, pausing to recount history, tell stories, recite poems and highlight the beautiful natural environment. The event is free but by tickets only. Just drop us a line at for your ticket, stating your choice of time.

Grey's Court guided tree walk. Sunday 30 September,

Come and join Dr Michael Keith-Lucas as he takes us round the grounds of this beautiful property. If you are a National Trust member, entrance is, of course free, otherwise you will pay for your entrance ticket on site. Do let us know if you're coming so we can inform the NT. If you have a membership ticket which allows you to bring a guest free of charge and would like to offer a free place we would also be glad to know!

National Tree Week Public Lecture, Thursday 29 November, at RISC London Street.

We are delighted that Dr Michael Keith-Lucas has accepted our invitation to give us our annual public lecture this year. His talk will be on aspects of his long and fascinating experience at the University of Reading. Michael is a very popular speaker and we have just 30 places. The event is free but please obtain a ticket and reservation at

If you would like to attend any of the events please email

Would you please note that this email address is purely for the purposes of booking events. If you have any enquiries about trees in Reading please contact Reading Borough Council by telephone at 0118 9373787