One year on from Storm Arwen, we’re taking a look back at the impact of the storm, the work that’s been undertaken by our rangers to repair the damage.
We spoke to Newcastle charity Children’s North East about the importance of their allotment plot at Benwell Lane in giving young people access to nature, and the chance to learn new skills.
Following a spike in anti-social behaviour particularly incidents of arson we have temporarily removed the litter bins in Walker Park.
Through our partnership with Ringtons Plc we’re planting hundreds of trees in Harbottle Park this autumn, expanding our contribution to the North East Community Forest.
An Avian Influenza Prevention Zone (AIPZ) has been declared across the whole of England, Scotland and Wales following a small number of isolated cases being confirmed in the UK.
To make sure Newcastle’s parks continue to be safe places for people to visit, we will be carrying out further works to trees across the city as part of our tree risk management and wider routine maintenance programme.
Today (10 October) marks World Mental Health Day. Here are five great ways you can improve your mental wellbeing in Newcastle’s green spaces.
Steven is our Programme Manager, his creative problem solving skills help everyone at Urban Green collaborate and develop exciting new plans.