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January Volunteering Event – Success!

On Saturday the 14th of January, a group of brilliant local volunteers joined us to plant nearly 100 trees and shrubs at Centenary Field!

These trees and shrubs were planted around the woodland edges and understory as part of our ongoing efforts to increase diversity at the site.

We also planted 4 new fruit trees in the Centenary Field orchard. All of theses new fruit trees are local varieties: the Frampton Plum, the Beauty of Bath apple, and the Pitmaston Pineapple apple!

Thank you again to all the fantastic volunteers who came along on such a grey and soggy day to help out. Take a look at our photos from the day, below!

If you are interested in joining in with any of our monthly Climate & Nature Volunteer events to help the local environment whilst also having fun and learning new skills, you can sign up to our Volunteer Mailing List.