Our commitment to greener communities continues!

Over the past year, we’ve been hard at work replacing trees that had to be felled due to damage or disease, and we’re thrilled to share our progress with you all. Trees play a crucial role in our environment, sustainability efforts, and the overall well-being of our community. That’s why we’re dedicated to not only replenishing what’s been lost but also planting more trees to enhance our surroundings.

At Cambourne Court, we recently had an amazing turnout of volunteers who helped plant a variety of trees, including disease-resistant Elm and Ginko trees. We carefully consider factors like location, mature size, and seasonal features to ensure each tree thrives and benefits our environment.

At Elizabeth House, we planted a Mimosa tree to brighten up the area with its fluffy yellow flowers, providing a serene spot for residents to enjoy. 

At Hildon Close, a majestic Copper Beech now stands tall, replacing a beloved tree that had to be removed.

In Wavertree Road, we faced the aftermath of a storm but turned it into an opportunity to introduce Silver Lime and Ginko trees, adding diversity and beauty to the landscape. Plus, volunteers joined us in this endeavour, showing incredible community spirit!

Even in Chippers Close, where we faced the loss of three Rowan trees, we saw it as a chance to plant fruit-bearing Pear trees alongside fragrant Japanese Pagoda trees, enriching the area with both beauty and utility.

Thank you to all our volunteers and supporters for helping us make Worthing greener and more vibrant than ever! Together, we’re making a positive impact on our environment and the well-being of our community, one tree at a time.