TO THE TREES – TREE WALKS WITH MATT WITT IN GLASTONBURYTree Walks, Workshops and Creative Activities in Glastonbury
To The Trees provides tree walks, workshops and creative nature based activities in Glastonbury. Tree guide and local bard, Matt Witt, is available for tours of the Glastonbury countryside and heritage sites, including live performances of music written inspired by the landscapes, locations and the trees he has befriended.
– Private walks for visitors to Glastonbury are available by booking
– Weekly workshops teaching tree identification
– Tree walks of Glastonbury Abbey
– Public walks and performances on weekends for locals, by donation
Matt is a bard of Glastonbury, he writes songs and creates art in response to his adventures in the countryside with the aim of highlighting nature as a source of wellbeing and inspiration.
All activities undertaken by To The Trees aim to focus on: Nature, creativity and community, enhancing our connection to nature through practical learning, and through quiet enjoyment of nature, accompanied by gentle music and word.
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