Addiscombe park friends need your help: Sun Feb 10

Friends of Addiscombe Railway Park have 100 saplings that are to be planted by children from Woodside School. They need as many people as possible to come along this Sunday, February 10, between 2 and 4pm to dig holes ready for the children to plant the trees.

Addiscombe Railway ParkAddiscombe Railway Park is a long strip of land along the old railway lines between Lower Addiscombe and Blackhorse Lane, running parallel to Morland Road.

If you can spare one or two hours this Sunday, please come along to Addiscombe Railway Park. You will find people digging by the apple tree. This is to the right as you come in through the East India Way entrance to the park (near Tesco Express).

Your help will be warmly welcome.

For more information on the Friends of Addiscombe Railway Park see the link on

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