Waterlooville Rotary joins in with the Jubilee Tree Planting

To celebrate Her Majesty The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, local families and organisations have joined together to plant 60 lime tress in Creech Wood near Denmead in Hampshire.

The trees, one for each of The Queen’s 60 years on the throne,¬†were planted on a very wet day and it was our President, Sue Deyes who did the honours for Waterlooville Rotary by planting the tree on our behalf.

Many of the trees had been paid for by families in memory of loved ones and the whole tree planting will be a fitting memorial to all those who took part in what is turning out to be a very memorable year for our Queen.

About mikew

Retired from Royal Navy after 30 years before becoming a Resource (and later Deployment) Manager with DERA (now QinetiQ) and now retired for the second time! Interests include being a volunteer at the Kings Theatre Portsmouth (recently retired as Trustee Director). Church Warden at Holy Trinity Blendworth. Secretary of our Rotary Club's Community Service, Vocational and Youth Committee for 2012-14. Currently the Club's Secretary.

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