Greenthumbs gather for National Tree Day

by Brighton Council

 

Perfect tree planting weather – pic supplied.

The Friends of Old Beach Foreshore had a great turnout for National Tree Day on Sunday 31 July. With the help of 24 volunteers and members of the Derwent Catchment Project, the group revegetated a foreshore area near Sun Valley Drive.

High stakes for this Brighton green thumb. Pic supplied.

 

With almost 90 plants in the ground, the group was packing up just as the rain came down – perfect timing to give the plants a good watering in! Thanks to everyone who made the day such a success. A special shout out to the Old Beach Scouts who put in a sterling effort.

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Greenthumbs gather for National Tree Day
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