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Oakham Town Council plants oak trees in Centenary Field for the Queen's Green Canopy initiative



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Oak trees were planted to add some new life to a town centre green space last week.

Oakham Town Council funded the four specimen trees for Centenary Field as part of the national Queen's Green Canopy initiative to mark Her Majesty's platinum jubilee this year.

The Lord-Lieutenant of Rutland, Dr Sarah Furness, and Deputy Mayor of Oakham, Jean Denyer, were on hand to plant two evergreen oaks along with an English oak and red oak.

Kevin Fowler, of Rushton Tree Services, with the Deputy Mayor of Oakham, Jean Denyer, and the Lord-Lieutenant of Rutland, Dr Sarah Furness. Photo: Iliffe Media
Kevin Fowler, of Rushton Tree Services, with the Deputy Mayor of Oakham, Jean Denyer, and the Lord-Lieutenant of Rutland, Dr Sarah Furness. Photo: Iliffe Media


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