New woodland being created at Rushcliffe Country Park

New woodland being created at Rushcliffe Country Park
 

When park manager Keith Laing needed help creating a woodland at Rushcliffe Country Park, it was local company Artex that stepped in to help.
The firm has contributed £5,000 to allow an area about the size of a football pitch to be fenced off and woodland created for future generations. They've also bought a water bowser and will be supplying volunteers to help with the planting and upkeep.
Keith had originally applied to the Woodland Trust for help with developing the area within the popular country park.
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10 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
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