Stonehouse High Street New Trees are in leaf

Now, for the first time we can all enjoy their first season in full leaf.


Our own Club member, John Jeynes, was the driving force behind securing sponsorship of ten new trees for the High Street from local community groups, schools, businesses, private donors and the Town Council.

Planted last autumn, the trees were part of the scheme to remodel the High Street but this was not included in the County Council

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