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Mansfield District Council

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… for Sherwood Forest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, David Ainsworth, added: “It’s amazing how in the face of climate change we see communities unite and do something positive together. “Planting trees is an important part of contributing towards climate action and is one aspect amongst lots of other activities we are undertaking. “We are grateful and humbled that we get to perform this vital work with our…

… to deliver the woodland creations, aiming to address climate change and carbon mitigation through planting millions of trees across England. For the Mansfield planting, Sherwood Forest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has also supported this campaign with an additional contribution of 140 fruit trees to the site in Peafield Lane. Portfolio Holder for Environment and Leisure, Councillor Andy Burgin, said…

… come together. “Over the next 20 years, we hope that this orchard will blossom into a beautiful community resource that will help to benefit local nature and wildlife, residents of the area and help to mitigate against climate change. “These trees, once mature, will improve biodiversity, reduce CO2 emissions and increase our woodland cover district-wide.” The project has seen a variety of tree…

…. The opportunity to plant new trees follows the launch of a new scheme to create climate-combatting woodlands, coordinated by the Greenwood Community Forest with its key partner The Sherwood Forest Trust (The Trees for Climate Team). The Trees for Climate project will see a variety of tree roots planted in key sites across the district, including, Peafield Lane Park, Fisher Lane Park and Carter Lane…

…. The council has been working proactively with the Trees for Climate team for the last eight months to identify existing parks and nature reserves where the planting could take place. When choosing the locations, consideration was given to avoid any potential impact on neighbouring properties with overhanging branches and root growth. The council also ensured the tree species selected for planting…

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