Updates Page

This page has been included to give updates about the trees planted and any wildlife that has subsequently been seen using them for food or shelter.


To help us monitor the progress of these trees please send in your wildlife sightings, photographs or any other updates to YACWAG using the Contacts Page and we will include them here.

2012

  • 2012 Trees planted around the parishes of Yatton, Congresbury, Claverham and Cleeeve by YACWAG members

There is a tradition of marking important occasions with the planting of trees, so YACWAG thought the Queen's Diamond Jubilee was a great excuse for getting some trees planted!  The community helped with sponsorship and practical tree-planting. We were particularly pleased to have involved all three of our local primary schools.  

  • 2012 - 2015 Trees watered and cared for by various YACWAG members and local residents to ensure a good start

2013

Library

Cadbury Hill Sweet Chestnut

Buff Tip Moths feeding on the Red Oak tree planted at Horsecastle Play Area.

2014

  • 2014 Elm Tree planted as part of 'The Great British Elm Project' to try and find a disease resistant Elm
Fresh spring leaves of the Hornbeam tree planted at Barberry Farm Road open space. 
Hornbeam at Barberry Farm open space.
Mendip Road outside Titan Ladders, the Hornbeam is doing very well.
Woodland planting scheme at St Andrews School in Congresbury
Black Walnut planted at Shiners Elm

Well Lane - Acer Platanoides Drummondii

2015

Cadbury Farm Road - the Yatton 1st Guides' oak tree.
Tony, Faith and Andrew with the Ashmeads Kernel appleā€ tree at Derham Park. These trees are protected by metal guards because of informal play on the green.
Cut-leaved Alder at Horsecastle play area
Rowan at the junction of Rectory Way and Church Close.
The Elm Tree planted at Cadbury Hill as part of the 'Great British Elm Project'. 










For more information  on the project see www.conservationfoundation.co.uk

  • Awaiting further updates and pictures that should arrive soon.
 
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