Lutterworth Rotary Club was pleased to supply and plant an Oak Tree at The Rainbow Gardens on Saturday 9 October.
The tree is the first of many British trees and shrubs to be planted on the site.
The project is to regenerate land alongside the Lutterworth College car park, which was formally the Rainbows Nursery. The project will be used for educational purposes, creating an ecological nature garden. Both the Sherrier School and Lutterworth College students are engaged in the project as part of the school curriculum, for their grounding in the Environment and climate change.
The children selected an Oak Tree as symbolic in our Country’s culture and will mark the Queens Platinum Jubilee Year in 2022.
Laura Kendrick (Lutterworth College School Business School and Mark Janssens (Sherrier School Governor) are spearheading the project which will provide a natural habitat and haven to wildlife in the centre of Lutterworth.
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The photograph shows Rotarians Sue Sharp and Sally Hollis from Lutterworth Rotary who were pleased to plant the Rainbows Garden’s first tree.
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