Iford & Kingston Primary School, East Sussex

On the 28th of March, 2011, children, parents and teachers from Iford & Kingston Primary School planted out 325 native trees to benefit wildlife and the local community.  The children learned about the role of trees and why they matter.  The trees species planted were: Dog Rose, Hazel, Guelder Rose, Field Maple and Hawthorn – all chosen to be very good homes for the local wildlife.

The local press came to visit and Norman Baker MP for Lewes was interviewed about the importance of trees.

Iford & Kingston School – Interviewing Norman Baker MP for Lewes from andreas Kornevall on Vimeo.