Committed to trees in Exeter
Published: 30 November 2020
It’s National Tree Week this week and to mark the occasion, we’ve had a look back at all the trees that have been planted in the city over the last 12 months.
Exeter City Council is committed to its green open spaces and an ongoing programme of tree planting across the city.
In the last year, the Council has planted 112 standard trees as well as creating a woodland of more than 2,000 trees in Pinhoe.
Another 62 standard trees and 100 whips are set to go in the ground between now and the end of March, as well as 300 whips in Mincinglake.
To find out more about National Tree Week, go to https://treecouncil.org.uk/take-action/seasonal-campaigns/national-tree-week/join-our-free-national-tree-week-arts-culture-events/