Contact Us

Because we want to spend as much of our money as we can on planting trees, rather than on expensive offices, we don’t have a shop or office that you can visit.

You can e-mail us at

If you are a school or community group, you can email our Communications and Liaison Officer direct at

If you would like to write to us, you can, at the following postal address:

Birmingham Trees for Life
The Birmingham Civic Society
9 Margaret Street
Birmingham B3 3BS

‘Plant Trees for Life’ sponsorship forms and payments should be sent to this address. Please bear with us if we don’t respond to your posted letters and forms immediately – we operate on a ‘skeleton’ part time ‘staff’ of freelance people, who are not based in the Civic Society office.

Quick Contact

The Birmingham Civic Society

If you would like to know more about the work of the Birmingham Civic Society or become a member, then please e-mail the Civic Society at .

Birmingham City Council

Birmingham Trees for Life is not involved with street trees, or with maintaining existing trees in City Council parks.

More information can be found about how the Council looks after trees here . The City Council’s contractors are responsible for maintaining trees in the City’s parks and open spaces.

If you have a query about street trees, you can find more information here.

The Council is not responsible for trees on private land causing a nuisance – more information can be found here.

Friends Groups and Birmingham Open Spaces Forum

If you would like to get involved with the Friends Group connected to your local park, then get in touch with Birmingham Open Spaces Forum – e-mail:


The Birmingham Civic Society
President: The Lord Mayor of Birmingham
Vice Presidents: The Bishop of Birmingham, Sir Frederick Crawford DL,
Lord Jones of Birmingham, The Rt. Hon the Lord Rooker, Bruce Tanner DL
Limited Company registered in England and Wales No: 6426178
Registered Charity No: 1123806