Find out about tree wardens

Broadland Tree Warden Network

Tree Wardens are a national force of local volunteer tree champions and a key part of The Tree Council’s Community Action Programme. The Tree Council launched the Tree Warden Scheme in 1990 and co-ordinates the Scheme nationally. It works with local authorities, voluntary organisations, parish councils and local partnerships to set up and develop Tree Warden networks in town, city and countryside.

Broadland District Council co-ordinated its own scheme until November 2018 when the Tree Wardens founded their own, independent Network of 34 Wardens covering 22 of our parishes.

The Broadland Tree Warden Network is supported by Broadland District Counci and we are pleased to work together to protect our trees and woodlands and plant trees for the future.

The Broadland Tree Warden Network holds regular meetings and training sessions and are kept informed of the latest news and events with their own monthly magazine Broadsheet.

If you are interested in becoming a Tree Warden, would like to know if your parish has a Tree Warden or would simply like to know more about the role of a Tree Warden then please contact John Fleetwood, Network Co-ordinator, Broadland Tree Warden Network, 4 Oakhill, Brundall, Norwich NR13 5AQ, Telephone: 01603 716297, Mobile: 07555 535741