Planting the Jubilee Oak

Rotarians in Dorchester in Salisbury Fields


Dorchester’s Rotarians have been busy again with more tree planting. This time it’s a fine young Oak tree (Quercus Robur) planted at the top of Salisbury field and should soon grace that skyline and then be there for another five hundred years.

 

Tim Stiles, a member of the Dorchester Casterbridge Club, was joined by the President of the Poundbury club, Joan Cullington, as a small group of club members settled the fledgling tree into the ground and toasted its future with, appropriately, a beaker of sloe gin apiece.


Keep going, keep growing and become yet another part of Dorchester’s rich history, young Jubilee Rotary Oak


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