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Swaffham Rotary Club dig in to mark 50th anniversary


By Lynn News Reporter


A 12ft specimen tree is planted by Swaffham Rotary president Malcolm Whittley, pictured third from the right, to mark the 50th anniversary of the group.

The tree was planted in the town’s Campingland Community Garden.

It will be the first of 50 trees being planted around Swaffham throughout the year as part of the anniversary.

A 12ft Specimen Tree (Prunus Snow Goose ) being planted by Swaffham Rotary President Malcolm Whittley at the Town Community Garden Camplingland to Mark 50th Anniversary of Club (The 1st Tree of 50 being planted around Swaffham)..Swaffham Rotary President Malcolm Whittley (right) gets the planting underway, along with Cllr Colin Houghton (Mayor of Swaffham) (left) and other guests at the ceremony, including Alison Findlay (centre right) (from RHS) (The Swaffham Project was 1 of only 4 projects in the East of England to get funding from the RHS Greening Grey Britain Community Fund). (6962759)
A 12ft Specimen Tree (Prunus Snow Goose ) being planted by Swaffham Rotary President Malcolm Whittley at the Town Community Garden Camplingland to Mark 50th Anniversary of Club (The 1st Tree of 50 being planted around Swaffham)..Swaffham Rotary President Malcolm Whittley (right) gets the planting underway, along with Cllr Colin Houghton (Mayor of Swaffham) (left) and other guests at the ceremony, including Alison Findlay (centre right) (from RHS) (The Swaffham Project was 1 of only 4 projects in the East of England to get funding from the RHS Greening Grey Britain Community Fund). (6962759)

Also pictured at the planting are mayor Colin Houghton, pictured second from left at the front, and Alison Findlay of the RHS, centre right.

The Swaffham project was one of only four projects in the east of England to get funding from the RHS Greening Grey Britain fund. MLNF-19PM02026



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