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Stoke Prior First and South Bromsgrove High School pupils undertake tree planting on recreation ground

Tristan Harris 21st Mar, 2022 Updated: 21st Mar, 2022

PUPILS from Stoke Prior First and South Bromsgrove High Schools were busy on Monday, planting trees at Stoke Prior Recreation Ground.

The South students undertook the project as part of their’s Duke of Edinburgh award scheme.

Neal Dixon, DOE co-ordinator, said the students were very excited to have been involved in the project after the trees were donated to Stoke Parish Council by The Woodland Trust.

The trust is undertaking two tree-planting schemes – the first is for The Queen’s Green Canopy where a network of individual trees, avenues, copses and woodlands are being created to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee.

The second is ‘The Big Climate Fightback to get the UK involved in planting 50million trees to combat the environmental crisis.


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