Sheffield youngsters dig deep to plant 300 new trees

Ruby Morris (l) and Freya Cowen of Brunswick Primary School plant trees with Ed Thatcher, of the Sheffield Council Community Forestry team. Picture: Andrew Roe
Ruby Morris (l) and Freya Cowen of Brunswick Primary School plant trees with Ed Thatcher, of the Sheffield Council Community Forestry team. Picture: Andrew Roe
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Hundreds of trees have been planted by Sheffield youngsters as part of plans to create new woodlands.

The pupils from Brunswick Primary School dug deep at green space off Greengate Lane and Rodger Road in Woodhouse.

Events have taken place across the city to plant 50,000 new trees and are expected to conclude this week.

Pictured are pupils Ruby Morris, left, and Freya Cowen with Ed Thatcher, of the Sheffield Council community forestry team.