Why you should pop your hopes for the future on this Meersbrook Park tree

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Extinction Rebellion Sheffield has been hosting an art installation at Meersbrook Park, asking members of the public to write their hopes for a greener future on a leaf, and hang it on the tree.

MP Louise Haigh will be visiting the tree, which stands at the top of the hill, just outside Meersbrook Park's Walled Garden, this evening at 7.30pm, to read people’s messages of hope, their dreams, and their creative visions for a greener and fairer future.

Everyone is welcome to attend the event, from 7.30pm. People can also visit another Build Back Better tree that will be at Endcliffe Park for the rest of the month.

There is plenty of room to social distance.

Visit Extinction Rebellion Sheffield’s Facebook page for more details of upcoming events, and to find out how to get involved in the local fight against climate change.