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Toxteth's streets will be full of apples!

13 December 2011

Pupils from Kingsley Community Primary School became the youngest members of The Big Tree Plant project through planting the first trees for the innovative Granby Apple Orchard, which is being created across the neighbourhood.


The team pushed wheelbarrows full of the young trees to various spaces in the area including St Clement field behind the church on Beaumont Street and the Pakistan Association at Mulgrave Youth and Community Centre garden and then helped them plant their new trees.

 

After all of the hard work, the children enjoyed an "apple party", courtesy of the South Central Play Team, a part of Liverpool Youth and Play Service, who work together with Growing Granby in this project. 

 

The trees were grafted 18 months ago by Growing Granby volunteers and 20 locally grown apple trees were also donated to the scheme by The Mersey Forest.

 

To find out more about The Big Tree Plant, contact The Mersey Forest or visit the national website www.direct.gov.uk/thebigtreeplant.



Related documents:
PRESS RELEASE: Toxteth's streets will be full of apples!
13 December 2011
Pupils from Kingsley Community Primary School helped local organisation Growing Granby to plant the first apple trees as part of The Big Tree Plant.
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