On a bleak morning in late January 2018 12 Rotarians, their partners and friends joined Roger Parkinson from the Woodland Trust to plant 150 native species trees at Shawcross.
It is recommended bare rooted trees should be planted in the cold dormant part of the year - the volunteers can testify the trees should have felt to have been planted in perfect conditions. We had brief spells of sunshine, rain, wind, sleet and the odd flurry of snow. However a job well done and we look forward to Roger attending the club in April when we will hear more of the work done by the Woodland trust.
Rotarians taking care of the garden between Mirfield Co-op and the library
At Battyeford Island
At Dewsbury Country Park
At Shaw Cross near Ossett
At Lower Hopton
At Northorpe Hall, on a very rainy day. Many thanks to those who took part
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