Bookham Trees

There are now over 130 trees planted by BRA Tree Wardens. Details of the location and variety are listed below.

Ash Dieback Coming to a Tree Near You; Oak Processionary Moth – What Is It?

Bookham Tree Wardens The has been much discussion on different forums on Ash Dieback and Oak Processionary Moth outbreaks in Bookham. The Bookham Tree Wardens have prepared a comprehensive presentation on these subjects and what residents need to be aware of. Click on the image below for more information Click on the image below for […]

Cubs & Dawnay School Pupils join monthly Litter Pick

For the June litter pick Cubs and pupils from Dawnay school joined in with the regulars to give Bookham streets a clean. A big “Thank You” to the young people and also to St Nicolas Church who provided much needed refreshments after the litter pick! The litter pick is held on the first Sunday of […]

BRA Team Gets Weeding on the High Street!

On Sunday 7th July instead of Litter Picking volunteers attacked the overgrown vegetation and weeds that have been spoiling the look of the High Street. “It was a very productive morning” said organiser Margaret Lawson “with our team of seventeen volunteers getting stuck in the High Street looks at lot better”. We hope that now […]

Looking After Bookham’s Green Spaces

Later this year the Bookham Youth Centre will be closing but fortunately the BRA Tree Warden team have been able to rescue some of the shrubs and plants and relocated them to the area outside of the library which had become almost devoid of plants as people walked through. Here’s  “before” and “after” photos of […]