St Albans Museum and Gallery is hosting an exhibition on 'The Remarkable World of Trees' for the next four months.

It is the work of Kate Bretherton,  a member of the Heartwood Monitoring Group, and is the culmination of many years of work and planning. Her exhibition explores the world of trees from the soil they grow in to the insects, birds and animals that call them home.

The museum adds that: "The exhibition will help you explore what you can do; for our planet, for wildlife, for yourself and our future. Think about what we buy and how we can use our money to help, or hurt, trees and hedges. Learn how, even in the smallest garden, a log pile can help support your local wildlife and if you don’t have a garden at all discover the importance of window boxes."

Kate is also the author of “The Remarkable Trees of St Albans” and the “Hello Trees” series of books for children. The  exhibition can be found at the Old Town Hall in St Peter’s Street, St Albans. It runs until 23rd January 2022. Admission is free.