Our group has been given 200 trees by BTCV and we hope to make these trees available to people living around the park to help develop the Wyre Forest 'Urban Wildlife Corridor'. We will update the website shortly on how you can get involved.
Sasha Newman, BTCV’s Operations Director for the West, said: “A properly managed hedgerow can provide a great habitat and food supply for birds, mammals and insects and we are delighted to support community groups in Worcestershire.
"Their planting scheme has an enormous benefit to the environment. It will help lock carbon up thereby reducing climate change and it will provide new habitats for birds and wildlife.”
You can view how many trees have been planted and where they are by viewing the BTCV tree map.
Click here to read the full BTCV press release on the Kidderminster Shuttle website.