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400 new trees line the paths of Udny


By Kirsty Brown

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Climate Week North East had a positive impact in Udny last week.

On March 13 a small group of volunteers gathered safely to plant 400 trees along popular paths in the area.

The tree planting was organised by Udny Climate Action as part of Climate Week North East - which featured an array of events between March 12 and 21 - after they secured the trees from Woodland Trust.

The trees were provided free for use in the community and were a mix of native species, including hawthorn, hazel, oak, birch rowan and blackthorn.

Around 400 new trees were planted by Udny Climate Action.
Around 400 new trees were planted by Udny Climate Action.

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