Trees planted on Harnham Slope

Salisbury Journal: Trees planted on Harnham Slope Trees planted on Harnham Slope

MORE than 100 trees have been planted on Harnham Slope.

The Friends of Harnham Slope (FOHS) received 105 free trees from the Woodland Trust.

The group hopes to enrich the environment and create new homes for wildlife, while providing oxygen, locking up harmful carbon and trapping pollutants to give cleaner air and water.

Barry Wilkins, chairman of FOHS, said: “A great day was had by all. Harnham Slope is a very special place within Salisbury and the generous gift from the Woodland Trust has helped us to increase the diversity of the slope, making it a better place for all who use it.”


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