3,900 trees are planted around city
VOLUNTEERS have been busy planting trees around the city.
The Conservation Volunteers, who have re-branded from their former guise of the BTCV, planted 3,900 native broadleaf trees in January.
Tom Williams, project officer for the Mutley-based group, said: "Our work matters to our communities but it's important our volunteers get something out of it too. We want people to join in and feel good.
"We want to protect and nurture Plymouth's green places but we can't do it on our own."
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He said more volunteers are needed for the group to continue its work.
"We'd love to see more people volunteering with us but we know not everyone's got the time.
"Instead, it would be great if more people could help support us financially, whether through running fundraising events or simply making a donation. We want to protect and nurture Plymouth's green places but we can't do it on our own."