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Tower Bridge Primary School pupils plant Potters Fields Park tree

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Pupils from Tower Bridge Primary School helped to plant a mature tree in Potters Fields Park this week.

Tower Bridge Primary School pupils plant Potters Fields Park tree
Tower Bridge Primary School pupils plant Potters Fields Park tree
Tower Bridge Primary School pupils plant Potters Fields Park tree
Head gardener Ian tells the pupils about the holm oak tree

The pupils – from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 – visited the park to help shovel earth into the hole around the new tree.

The evergreen holm oak tree – estimated to be around 15 years old – has been planted to replace an ash tree that had been found to be diseased.

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