Tree Planting and Preservation


We’re thrilled to share that as part of our dedication to environmental stewardship, MTC has planted over 135 trees in our parks over the last few months. This initiative aims to mitigate the impact of recent tree removals and enhance the natural habitat for birds, mammals, and insects. Additionally, an additional 150 trees will be planted in our parks towards the backend of the year, with Glenn Park receiving particular attention. This initiative furthers our efforts to promote biodiversity and preserve our natural environment.


Tree and woodland improvement projects are undertaken for various reasons, including the removal of trees posing health and safety risks, the enhancement of woodland health by addressing diseased or dying trees, and the improvement of visibility in certain areas.


For more detailed information on MTC’s tree management process, we encourage you to review our tree policy on the town council website. Maghull Town Council – Merseyside, England (

We appreciate your ongoing support and understanding as we continue to enhance our parks for the benefit of the community.

I look forward to bringing you further updates in the coming months.



Concerns & Complaints


If residents have any concerns about the parks, play equipment, trees, or open spaces, please contact me at


Derek Stephens

Facilities Manager