NCS – The Challenge: Tree planting Campaign in Roundwood Park

The heat wave this week in London culminated in some good, soaking rain which prepared the ground for some tree planting. This year saw the National Citizen Service’s 2019 Team Perham launch a Teratrees campaign to plant 30 silver birches in Roundwood Park. The team did various activities to raise awareness including a sponsored walk through Hyde Park and a petition targeting shoppers at a SW London mall. After being the winning pitch for their business idea they finally could plant the baby trees this morning.

With help from Peter McManus of Veolia at Roundwood Park, wheelbarrows, spades and stakes were assembled. In 10 years time this should be a sizeable grove when combined with the previous NCS students’ efforts. Congratulations to this team of young adults and well done for their tree planting and making a difference to the local environment.

teenagers planting trees

Planting silver birches in Roundwood Park
Finished planting trees!
NCS The Challenge 2019 Team Perham – job done!

Trees planted and wheelbarrows loaded!

One thought on “NCS – The Challenge: Tree planting Campaign in Roundwood Park

  1. Good to see kids out in the open doing something for the environment instead of being attached their phones or other technology.

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