Acceptance letters now going out; more info re our Tree Academy details.

It’s EXCITING; 2 more sleeps to go before our Malahide TREE ACADEMY!

We have been enjoying walking the site and making everything ready for Saturday at 9 a.m. We will announce on the day our NEWEST woodland site, clue is in the picture! Malahide will be really on the map this year, of course it was already! Dig out the wellies and the raingear every body!


Dear Participants

Congratulations, you have been accepted to attend the Plant-for-the-Planet Tree Academy in Dublin, on Saturday 26st January 2019.  We will be meeting in the Malahide Parish Pastoral Centre on Main Street, Malahide (just beside the DART/Irish Rail station) for registration 9.00 a.m. on Saturday, 26st January. Malahide coaches will pick us up to bring us to our planting site soon after at Robswalls Park -Paddy’s Hill behind the Malahide United football club/Gourmet Food parlour and bring us back to the centre for lunch and to prepare for our presentation. Parents and friends are cordially invited to join us from 2.00 – 3.00 p.m. for our Presentation and Award ceremony.

The easy treesie – Plant-for-the-Planet team is really looking forward to our Tree Academy as part of the global project to plant a trillion trees.  This time children who hosted the last event at their school, St. Laurence’s in nearby Baldoyle will be leading the team. Since we finished planting 3,305 trees in the local Park at Bayside last June with the Minister for Education and the Mayor (that’s one for every primary school in Ireland) they know a thing or two about planting trees!

Thank you so much to the parents and guardians for allowing their children to join with children in 100 countries in this important work, where we will be planting 300 trees in finishing off a 1,000 tree woodland we started planting with local schools in December.

Children will need

  1. A raincoat and wellington boots or a change of shoes. Waterproof bottoms would also be advisable as it will be muddy and may rain on the day, but if you don’t have those a change of bottoms would ensure you will be dry for the afternoon.
  2. A water bottle.
  3. Approval for taking pictures Yes/No please tick;

oYes | My child may participate in the Academy, may be filmed and photographed, and give interviews to the media. I have read and signed the release statement overleaf.

oNo | My child may take part in the Academy but may not be photographed or filmed, or give interviews to the media.

Participation and catering are free of charge. ­­­­­­­­­­­­­

Orla Farrell / Project Leader, easy treesie // Web:

Director, Crann – Trees for Ireland Registered Charity no. CHY 13698 Patron Uachtarán na hÉireann Michael D. Higgins







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