Volunteers needed to help plant 400 jubilee trees in North Cerney

First published in News

VOLUNTEERS are invited to take part in a jubilee tree planting project taking place this weekend.

The events take place at Scrubditch Farm in North Cerney on Friday and Saturday from 10am to 1pm each day.

The charity will be planting 420 trees from the Woodland Trust to help improve the site and increase the amount of woodland cover.

Scrubditch Care Farm Volunteer Gerry Fouracres said: "Tree planting is a fantastic and fun way for us to do something lasting and meaningful on our site to mark the Jubilee. "We hope our trees will help attract wildlife and make a real difference to everyone who will see them. "Planting these trees also creates a brilliant ongoing project for our students as they will care for them as they grow."

Anyone who would like to volunteer simply needs to turn up. Warm clothes and wellies are recommended.

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