Tree planting to shelter wildlife

PUBLISHED: 11:47 15 December 2015 | UPDATED: 11:47 15 December 2015

A statue lies in the middle of Mabley Green in Homerton

A statue lies in the middle of Mabley Green in Homerton


The Mabley Green Users Group is inviting families and individuals to help plant a mix of rowan, holly and hazel trees this Saturday.

The trees will grow up to provide food for wildlife and shelter from the noise of the A12, as part of an edible park on Mabley Green.

Meet at the Wally Foster Centre car park off Homerton Road at noon.

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