Frampton Cotterell Parish Council. Tree Mulching at Centenary Field. Thank you to our volunteers! Do Your Part, Save Our Planet

Tree Mulching at Centenary Field

Last Saturday (August 20th), alongside Frampton Cotterell Nature and our fantastic FCPC volunteers, we carried out vital grass-weeding and mulching on our young saplings at Centenary Field to help them retain moisture and stay healthy.

We had expected many of our young trees to have perished during the exceptionally hot weather – but nearly all of them have survived!

Thank you very much to all of the fantastic volunteers who came along to help us take care of the saplings. We couldn’t do it without you.

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Three people in a hay field of tall yellow, brown, and green grass. The sky is cloudy and overcast. One person wearing all black is carrying a shovel. One person wearing a pink tshirt is leaning forward inspecting something in the grass. The person nearest the front, wearing an orange tshirt, turns toward the camera with a grin.

A young person with brown hair tied back in a ponytail smiles at the camera. They are crouching down in a field of tall, yellowing grass, beside a tree sapling. They are wearing a dark blue tshirt, khaki trousers, and green gardening gloves. A young man with dark blonde hair pulled back in a ponytail, wearing a pale blue tshirt, khaki shorts, and grey gloves, crouches down in tall yellow-green grass beside a sapling tree. He is looking directly at the camera with a grin.