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Date published: 14th January 2022
Throughout January and February, there are 6 planned tree planting days in Holt Country Park and Pretty Corner Woods
The tree planting events are part of the Council’s 110,000 Trees Project and green-thumbed volunteers can join the Countryside Rangers and take part in planting a mix of local native trees.
Both individuals and groups are welcome, if you would like to join, please email email@example.com
The dates are:
Holt Country Park.
Wednesday 26 January
Wednesday 2 February
Wednesday 9 February
Pretty Corner Woods
Thursday 27 January
Thursday 3 February
Thursday 10 February
Countryside Manager Colin Brown said:
“The volunteering sessions are always really popular and it’s a great opportunity to get out in nature and make a big difference in our natural environments.
The work volunteers do in our parks is significant and assists our rangers with conservation works.”
Take a look at previous volunteer sessions from Council volunteers and the Muddy Boots sessions.
The sessions will be from 10am until 2pm and volunteers are asked to bring their own gloves and refreshments/lunch.
Tools for planting will be provided.
Last updated: 14th January 2022