Community Tree Planting – 9th December

Thursday, November 29th, 2018
Filed under: Amersham in Bloom, News Item

On Sunday 9th December 2018, the Town Council would like to invite residents, community groups volunteers and anyone else who might want to do their bit to improve the Town to join our Amersham in Bloom Community Tree Plant at Willow Wood, off Stanley Hill.

Over 500 trees have been donated by the Conservation Volunteers and we would be grateful if you could come along to help us with the planting! Join us from 10:00am to 11:30 to plant a tree…..or stay longer if you are able to….all we ask is you bring a fork with you! Access to Willow Wood, very much a hidden gem in Amersham is via Stanley Hill Cemetery or by accessing the public footpath beside the cemetery entrance gate, just past the college in Stanley Hill.

The Community Tree Plant initiative is a fantastic fun way to keep our environment green and encourage wildlife! We hope to see you there!

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