The University of Birmingham has been very carefully monitoring the national position in relation to the progress of coronavirus, and has been taking note of advice from the World Health Organisation (WHO), Public Health England (PHE) and other sources, including local partners.
As a result, this event has been postponed. If you would like to express your interest in attending this event in the future, you can join a reserve list here.
Christiane Worth will lead this walk, the aim of which is to draw people’s attention to trees, their function and culture, and to encourage them to reflect upon their personal relationship with trees, now and in the future. While buildings form the greater substance of the urban landscape, trees are also an ever-changing aspect of it. Like buildings, trees have different forms, colours and character, and there is much to occupy our senses. But there is also a much deeper and older relationship between humans and trees, evident in the central part trees play in many cultures around the world.
Join us after the walk for further conversation, rest and refreshments, included in the ticket price.
Please dress for the weather and wear shoes suitable for urban walking.
Presented by Christiane Worth in partnership with Still Walking