Tree planting launches plans to breathe new life into recreational site - The Stratford Observer
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7th Aug, 2022

Tree planting launches plans to breathe new life into recreational site

ENVIRONMENTALISTS organised a tree planting ceremony as part of plans to redesign a recreational space in Snitterfield.

Snitterfield Tree Action Group planted a semi-mature oak tree along the boundary of Snitterfield Playing Field.

The tree planting ceremony involved Lady Willoughby de Broke

, High Sheriff of Warwickshire, as well as Snitterfield’s oldest resident who turns 100 this summer.

A plaque has also been put in place to mark the occasion.

The organisation is working alongside local authorities to improve the playing field, including more tree planting, plans for a community pavilion to replace a derelict youth hut, and the replacement of ageing playground equipment.

Part-funding has been secured from Warwickshire county councillor Penny-Anne O’Donnell and Snitterfield Village Community Projects for a community workshop to design a natural play area and equipment.


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