Great Trees of London Map Launch with author Paul Wood

Great Trees of London Map Launch with author Paul Wood

20 April update: A link to the recording of the launch is available here:

If you enjoyed the virtual map launch, Paul will be leading a virtual tour with the Museum of Walking next Saturday, 'the Great Streetview Trees of London',

The following weekend, there will be a virtual launch of his new book, 'London's Street Trees - Revised Edition'

Thank you again for your interest and support! Great Trees of New York Map will be out next year, and I'm sure Paul will have many more wonderful titles in the future as well. We have had so much fun working with him on the London map.


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Paul Wood, the author and photographer of our new Great Trees of London Map will be discussing the map and his favourite trees across London in our forthcoming launch via Zoom.

Where: Your living room! Via Zoom

When: Saturday, April 18 at 7PM (London)

The Zoom meeting now full. The author will record the video and post it tomorrow for anyone who missed this.

Please note that Zoom allows up to 100 participants, so only the first 100 will be able to access the launch. We're sorry we can't host more of you. We wish we were in a bookshop with all of you! 

(If this is your first meeting on Zoom, there are details about how to join a meeting here.)

Paul Wood is an artist and writer. Along with the new map, he is the author of a number of books about trees in London, including London’s Street Trees: A Field Guide to the Urban Forest, published in 2017 (new edition out soon), and London is a Forest published in May 2019. He lives in London and was a trustee of London Wildlife Trust until 2017.  Paul is active on Instagram and Twitter as @theStreetTree. 

Great Trees of London Map is our first map dedicated to urban trees, and our fourth London map, joining our series of architecture and design maps.

The map reveals highlights from London’s uniquely diverse urban forest. Featuring rare species, magnificent English oaks, an ancient yew and the finest flowering cherries, this selection of trees spans from Kew Gardens to Greenwich Park, and Tottenham to Brixton. The map includes photography, an introduction and descriptions by Paul.


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