Today George, Ben, Steph and I, took the four large field maple trees to Rushmoor Bottom Car Park to be planted. On arrival, Steph and I headed out to do some litter picking in the woods, while the others got started on digging the first hole between posts that surrounded the car park. Once the first tree was securely in the hole, Steph and I returned from our litter pick to somewhat elegantly bash in two support poles, as George prepped the next area and Ben got the chainsaw to create the supports.
This cycle continued, with George planting the trees, Steph and I bashing in the support poles and Ben creating the supports, until the final tree was in. It is the hope that once these trees have grown, the car park will look more aesthetically pleasing for people that walk in the area.