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Tree identification and creation of dichotomous keys
Art & Design
An artistic response to Appley Park and its trees
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Goodleaf is a wonderful experience for children. Each year we are amazed at the boost to the children's self esteem when they experience the thrill of reaching the canopy. We love the fact that it's not always the children who are best at things who achieve the most.
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Q: DO I NEED ANY SPECIAL EQUIPMENT TO CLIMB TREES WITH GOODLEAF?
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North Walk is a live roadway with pavements and speed bumps. The limit is 20mph.
Coach parking is available along North Walk, which is about 5 minutes on foot from the climbing site. Depending on the size of the vehicle, it may be possible to drop off in the main car park close to Goodleaf.
Public facility. Students should be supervised.
Public toilets are available a short distance from the climbing tree.
This is a public area which is not immediately visible from the Goodleaf tree due to foliage.
A wide golden sandy beach is available just outside Appley Park.
Students should stay away from the tree when not under expert instruction.
Appley Park is a public space and supervision is recommended at all times.
The Goodleaf climbing tree is a large oak around 200 years old posititioned roughly in the centre of the park.