On Sunday 8th November a team of local volunteers made short work of planting hedging plants along the boundary of the site.
The plants were donated by the Woodland Trust as part of The First World War Centenary Woods project to plant millions of native trees to commemorate the First World War.
The hedge is the first stage in our planting plans to boost local biodiversity with the addition of native planting. The hedge includes a mix of Hawthorn, Hazel, Holly, Dog Rose and Dogwood.
Many thanks to everyone who helped with the planting.