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Uppingham in Bloom unveils a plaque to commemorate its platinum jubilee project



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A plaque has been unveiled to mark a tree planting project.

Uppingham in Bloom celebrated the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee by planting trees at Tod's Piece as part of the green canopy project.

Town crier Adrian McGachie opened the event on Sunday before town councillor Tom Johnson unveiled the plaque.

Uppingham in Bloom members unveiled a Platinum Jubilee tree planting plaque at Tod’s Piece
Uppingham in Bloom members unveiled a Platinum Jubilee tree planting plaque at Tod’s Piece

The group has planted eight trees - an autumn cherry, two willow-leaved pears, three scarlet willows and two common hornbeams.

The £2,000 project was funded by Uppingham Town Council and Uppingham in Bloom members Sally Picken and Caroline Heggs from a sponsored walk.



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