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Basal growth cut back

Tuesday: Friends of Havant Cemeteries and Tree Wardens cut basal growth from lime trees in New Lane Cemetery. Havant Borough Tree Warden Terry explained and supervised the work.

National Tree Week 2017

As National Tree Week – the UK’s biggest annual festival of trees – approaches, The Tree Council is calling on everyone everywhere to celebrate the value of trees, plant more and appreciate them all.

Across the UK, the presence of trees in cities, towns and rural landscapes, continues to add value to our lives every day, in many different ways. The value that trees provide can sometimes be taken for granted: they not only create a habitat for all sorts of wildlife, but provide services to humans too. We get food, fuel and building resources from them; they help prevent flooding, clean our polluted air and water supplies and conserve energy.

Trees are good for business, too. It’s been proven that trees increase property values as well as footfall in shopping or business areas, all of which helps to boost the local economy. The value and contribution of trees is immeasurable, going back to childhood memories such as climbing a favourite tree, admiring the gorgeous autumn colours they br…