Residents in Harrow are celebrating the planting of 10 new trees on their street, thanks to the efforts of the Radnor Community Group and Trees for Streets.
The new trees have been planted in an effort to make the neighbourhood more green and sustainable.
The Radnor Community Group funded two of the trees, while the remaining eight were sponsored by individuals through Trees for Streets. Three of the trees were replacements for previously removed trees, funded by the council.
In a Facebook post, Trees for Streets said, “We love seeing sponsors enjoy their new trees! These Harrow residents got together to celebrate 10 new trees planted in their neighbourhood, organised by the Radnor Community Group.”
The children living on the streets where the trees were planted are reportedly excited to become “Radnor Tree Keepers” to ensure the trees are well looked after for years to come.
Those interested in joining neighbourhoods like these in regreening their streets can find out more by visiting Trees for Streets’ website at https://www.treesforstreets.org/.