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Aug 22nd, 2011

Share your forest get-together

By Rossalyn Warren


Photograph by Jeff Hester

Last week, 38 Degrees members started organising and attending get-togethers in their local forests, woods and parks all over the country to show the forest panel that there are hundreds of thousands of us who love our forests and want to see them protected. We asked members to collect together the photos, stories and videos of their event so we can take them to our meeting with the forest panel as powerful proof that 38 Degrees members want our forests looked after for future generations.

Do you have photos, stories and videos to share from a forest get-together?

  • If you have digital photos, you can share them on our Facebook page, through our website by adding them in the comments below or you can email them to emailtheteam@38degrees.org.uk
  • If you have print photos to share, you can post them to the 38 Degrees offices using this address: 40 Bowling Green Lane, London EC1R 0NE.
  • If you have a video of your forest get-together, you can email them to emailtheteam@38degrees.org.uk or upload onto YouTube and share the link on our Facebook page.
  • If you have any stories, drawings or anything else you’d like to share about your forest get-together, you can email them to us at emailtheteam@38degrees.org.uk, post them to the above address or adding them to the comments section below.

Are you planning to attend or organise a forest get-together in the near future?

There is still time to organise a forest get-together in your local area. If you want to see whether there is a forest get-together in your area, click here

If there currently isn’t a forest get-together in your area, why not organise one? Here is a Guide, FAQ’s and Hints & Tips on how to organise a forest get-together. Remember, take lots of photos on the day!

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