Conservation project growing

PUBLISHED: 10:45 10 December 2008 | UPDATED: 15:56 11 May 2010

A YOUNG volunteer at the information board

A YOUNG volunteer at the information board

VOLUNTEERS planted 300 trees, shrubs, and nhedging plants as part of a conservation project. Bassingbourn Conservation Group spent the day at the Clunch Pit Wood in the village. An information board compiled by the conservation group, and local historians

VOLUNTEERS planted 300 trees, shrubs, and nhedging plants as part of a conservation project.

Bassingbourn Conservation Group spent the day at the Clunch Pit Wood in the village.

An information board compiled by the conservation group, and local historians Sue Chandler and Valerie Hurst, was erected. Artist Rachel Haynes, who is a Bassingbourn resident, provided the artwork.

A conservation group spokesman said: "We've had so much support and interest from people in the village.


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