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By Tristan Harris Friday 21 March 2014 Updated: 21/03 11:37
A MEMORIAL hedge using trees donated by The Woodland Trust will be planted at Cofton Park tomorrow (Saturday).
A selection of wild harvest trees made up of hazel, elder, dog rose, blackthorn and crab apple will be installed.
Members of the community will be able to harvest from the trees in years to come.
They will be planted in memory of those who gave their lives in both World Wars who came from the local community and who may also have worked at The Austin.
The group will be meeting at the car park off Low Hill Lane at 11am.
Spades will be provided together with hot drinks at the end of the planting session.
Everyone is welcome to come and help.
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