New Trees for Newbald
As part of its determination to make Newbald more green, NPC has been planting trees around the village and has many more in the pipeline.
Several Common Alders were planted on the Mires in 2019, thanks to a grant secured from the Sancton Hill Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund. (See photo above).
A further much more substantial grant has been applied for to plant 15 native trees in 4 locations round the village. These are the cemetery, Trundlegate, Cliffe Road and the Mires. We will let you know once we hear the outcome of this.
In addition we have applied for another grant to plant four more Common Alders in the Little Becksies (next to the Becksies nature reserve).
We will continue in our mission to plant more and more trees.
From reducing pollution by absorbing carbon dioxide from the air to providing a home to wildlife and boosting our own physical and mental health, trees are natural wonders. The simple act of planting trees is one thing that will have a huge impact on our planet’s future and Newbald is determined to play its part.