Tree planting to help “create vital habitat links for local wildlife” to take place in Wrexham
A tree planting session will take place at a Wrexham country park over half-term.
The event is part of plans to plant over 1000 trees in the next few weeks thanks to funding from The Welsh Government and The Woodlands Trust. It is all part of plans to create vital habitat links for local wildlife in years to come.
Those who are interested in helping are invited to meet at the Alyn Waters Country Park Gate entrance (Gwersyllt side) on Wednesday 19th February between 10am and 12pm.
You’ll need to make sure you wear warm clothes and strong boots or wellies.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
For further details call 07867138169.
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