NEARLY 100 trees have been planted at North Bromsgrove High School thanks to a partnership with Bromsgrove Climate Action group.

Volunteers from the environmental group joined staff and students to plant 90 trees in December.

Judith Tipper from Bromsgrove Climate Action group said the planting day was very enjoyable.

She said: “The students were doing this as part of the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme.

“There was a good turnout, and they were hard working and did a great job.

“It was a pleasure to spend the morning with them."

Judith said she contacted the Woodland Trust to supply the trees.


She added: “The trees were Wild Cherries, Rowans and Silver Birches, which are all native trees that will look beautiful in a few years’ time and be great for wildlife.

“The students and staff have committed to caring for the trees until they are big enough to look after themselves.”