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During the Covid 19 crisis we are still working to care for and plant trees in Seaford.
Trees for Seaford works with the Seaford community and councils to plant and care for trees in Seaford. We’re a small group of friendly and enthusiastic volunteers, of different ages and interests.
So far we’ve planted over 1,400 trees in Seaford, including around 400 street trees. With your help we can do more.
We plant trees in streets with grass verges and grassed areas such as greens, school fields, church grounds or large public gardens.
Do you want to plant trees in your street?
Do you want trees in your street or local green space? Can you help by talking to and leafletting your neighbours to get lots of people involved? We try to plant as many trees as possible in each street, and we’ll ask you all to take part in planting and caring from the trees. Get in touch to find out more!
What we can’t do:
We’re really sorry but:
- we can’t talk to you about trees in private gardens
- we can’t plant trees in pavements (only grass verges)
- we can’t plant single trees, or rehome trees, seedlings or saplings. Sorry!
- If you have a concern or problem about a mature tree on the road please contact the Highways Department.
- If you have a concern about Dutch Elm Disease please contact the Dutch Elm Disease Department.
Could you be one of Trees for Seaford’s members?
Specifically, we are looking to recruit people who share our positive ethos and can contribute a regular amount of time.
As well as the practical hands on planting days in Spring/Autumn and monthly tree care sessions over the Spring and Summer, there are a variety of other jobs needing enthusiastic people who can help organize and manage our activities.
At the moment, we’re particularly looking for people who can help with organisation, administration, technology and social media.
And of course it’s an opportunity to meet people who share your passion and enjoy being part of a sociable group!
So get in touch to find out how you can be part of Trees for Seaford
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