As the next step in our campaign to save the mature trees at Suffolk House, Canton, Cardiff Civic Society has joined forces with Save Suffolk House Trees to persuade Cardiff’s councillors to change their actions on these trees and hundreds across the city.
Join us outside City Hall, Cathays Park at 3.45pm on 18 July, where we can speak to all the councillors as they gather for their monthly full meeting.
We will be asking them to do everything they can to halt the felling of the mature trees at Suffolk House and other trees at threat across the capital.
Then join us inside the council chamber as Nerys Lloyd-Pierce, chair of the Civic Society puts questions to the council’s leaders regarding their policy of destroying trees in Canton and across the city.
Please attend! This is our last chance to persuade the developers and councilors before the summer break!
Poster workshop, venue TBC, 7pm, 17 July
To prepare for our save the trees event at City Hall, we’ll be gathering to make colourful posters and share ideas for the next steps in the Suffolk House campaign. More details to follow.
Look out for more updates on the Suffolk House blog in coming days, including an official response from the developer to our letters. Be sure you’re the first to know by subscribing at http://savesuffolkhouse.blog