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*** Start to the planting season next Sunday 2nd October***
First timer or experienced, come along! More planting dates at bottom of post
We have many different sites for tree saplings lined up over the autum and winter months. To start off, we are going back to a site next to which we planted trees over previous years and add on a few more!
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Date & Time: Sunday 2nd October, 10.30 am
Difficulty: Easy - family friendly
Weather: going ahead unless torrential rain
Location: Hibernia
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Single persons or small groups can just rock up without prior contact. We are going to show newcomers our method of planting trees. It is okay if you come a bit late or need to leave early.
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The plantings tend to last for two to three hours and we share coffee and tea afterwards. All you need to bring is dirt proof and warm clothing, including sturdy shoes. If you can bring gardening gloves and a mug for coffee/tea along it would be a help but we can also provide them for you.
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Directions: The site is next to the coastal Road a few km south of Ramsey. Coming from Douglas go through the Glen Mona past the Dhoon School and Corony. Continue for approx 1 mile, then turn left at the Hibernia crossroads onto Gooseneck Road. After 250m the entrance to a fairly new property called Cabbyl Ushtey should be on your right with a big Woodland Trust flag outside. 
Google maps link: https://goo.gl/maps/dN8cudaYLFosFnpC7
The following Sunday sessions are going to be:
Maughold, Ballafayle-y-callow: 9th, 16th, 23rd of October
Smeale Farm: 30th of October
Knockaloe Beg Farm: 6th of NovemberImage attachmentImage attachment

*** Start to the planting season next Sunday 2nd October***

First timer or experienced, come along! More planting dates at bottom of post

We have many different sites for tree saplings lined up over the autum and winter months. To start off, we are going back to a site next to which we planted trees over previous years and add on a few more!
πŸ•¦πŸ“…πŸŒž
Date & Time: Sunday 2nd October, 10.30 am
Difficulty: Easy - family friendly
Weather: going ahead unless torrential rain
Location: Hibernia
🌱+πŸ’š=🌳
Single persons or small groups can just rock up without prior contact. We are going to show newcomers our method of planting trees. It is okay if you come a bit late or need to leave early.
β˜•οΈπŸͺπŸ₯ΎπŸ§₯
The plantings tend to last for two to three hours and we share coffee and tea afterwards. All you need to bring is dirt proof and warm clothing, including sturdy shoes. If you can bring gardening gloves and a mug for coffee/tea along it would be a help but we can also provide them for you.
πŸš—πŸšŒπŸš‚
Directions: The site is next to the coastal Road a few km south of Ramsey. Coming from Douglas go through the Glen Mona past the Dhoon School and Corony. Continue for approx 1 mile, then turn left at the Hibernia crossroads onto Gooseneck Road. After 250m the entrance to a fairly new property called Cabbyl Ushtey should be on your right with a big Woodland Trust flag outside.

Google maps link: goo.gl/maps/dN8cudaYLFosFnpC7

The following Sunday sessions are going to be:
Maughold, Ballafayle-y-callow: 9th, 16th, 23rd of October
Smeale Farm: 30th of October
Knockaloe Beg Farm: 6th of November
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One of the oldest olive trees on Crete with two of our volunteers using it as a sun shelter😜
They asked when their Sunday lay-ins stop/planting season begins again --> in two or three weeks so better check that your alarm is working⏰
The tree is around 2000-4000 years old, meaning it would have been around when Julius Caesar conquered Gaul or maybe even when Athens was the centre of the western world.

One of the oldest olive trees on Crete with two of our volunteers using it as a sun shelter😜

They asked when their Sunday lay-ins stop/planting season begins again --> in two or three weeks so better check that your alarm is working⏰

The tree is around 2000-4000 years old, meaning it would have been around when Julius Caesar conquered Gaul or maybe even when Athens was the centre of the western world.
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Oaky-dokey at Centenary Park https://woodlandtrust.im/our-sites/

Oaky-dokey at Centenary Park woodlandtrust.im/our-sites/ ... See MoreSee Less

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