TEN cherry trees have been planted at Victoria Park in Salisbury in celebration of the Rotary Club’s 100 year milestone.

Salisbury City Council’s parks team have planted the trees following a donation from Salisbury Rotary Club.

The cherry trees, together with a plaque, were donated to celebrate The Rotary Club’s 100 years supporting international, national and local communities and to provide a permanent gift to the people of Salisbury.

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The Cherry’s Prunus Kanzan have been planted in the centre of the park close to the kiosk and play area which will offer shade in the summer months.

The Mayor of Salisbury, Cllr Caroline Corbin said: “Thank you to Salisbury Rotary Club for donating these beautiful trees. I look forward to watching them bloom as they produce clusters of pink flowers which will give a lovely display in the heart of the park each spring.”