We welcome as members individuals and organisations who care for Hammersmith Planting Tree in Wormholt Park for 90th Birthday of the HM Queen

As a Member, you will receive at least two printed newsletters and regular email updates each year, outlining our activities, and giving you the opportunity to participate in our campaigns. Members are always encouraged to take an active part in the work done by the committee – come along and see if you can help.

The membership year runs from 1st Jan, and only costs £6 for individuals, £8 for couples or families, and £15 for organisations. Additional voluntary donations always welcome.

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Our Diary

  • Committee meeting

    Mon 5th Sep | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Open House London

    Thu 8th Sep - Wed 21st Sep

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