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Tree planting event to take place in Lower Braceborough Wood

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People are invited to 'help save the planet' with tree planting days.

On Saturday and Sunday (December 11 and 12), an event will take place to create a small new wood, set to be called the Lower Braceborough Wood.

Volunteers are aiming to plant 2,000 trees at the site south of Braceborough throughout the two days between 10am and 3pm.


The aim of the organisers is 'to establish and maintain a natural native woodland to support wildlife and the environment for the enjoyment of all'.

The Woodland Trust is sponsoring the planting of 2,000 trees, while several organisations including the scouts, Market Deeping firefighters, Cyclists of Stamford and rotary clubs in the area will work together to support the project.

The field will eventually have wild flowers and 6,000 trees.

Those wanting to take part are advised to come well dressed for the weather, bring spades or trowels and under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

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