Vandalised tree replaced in St Thomas
Published: 11 December 2018
A flowering cherry tree has been planted by the Lord Mayor of Exeter to replace a previous tree that was vandalised.
Exeter City Council plants dozens of trees every year to keep the city looking green and make up for any trees that have succumbed to disease or have been damaged by storms of vandalism.
The hybrid accolade flowering cherry was planted by the Lord Mayor, Cllr Rob Hannaford, at Sanford Place in St Thomas. In the spring it will produce pink cherry blossom.