Maps

This map shows areas where groups of trees have been planted.

 

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MRC Building Cambridge

Medical Research Council. 12 apple trees have been planted in two groups in the grounds of the MRC building. They are a mix of eating and cooking varieties. 4 have been planted close to the cycle shed at the entrance to the building and 8 have been planted in the wild area of gardens between the carpark and busway.

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Paget Road School entrance - Foster Road Estate

Numerous trees have been planted on either side of the road near the entrance to the school

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Byrons Pools

Four trees have been planted in the car-park area serving Byron’s Pools. These trees marked the very first trees to be planted in Autumn 2014 with the Mayor of Cambridge in attendance. Further trees will be planted in this location over the next few years.
A further five apple trees were planted in the picnic area at Byrons pools in Autumn 2016

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Busway

A small number of trees have been planted on the raised bank running along the length of the Busway. Further trees will be added along the length of the Busway over the next few years.

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Anstey Way

Six trees have been planted along Anstey Way between Trumpington Road and the King George V playing fields. There are three trees on each side of the road.
All six trees she a variety name beginning ‘King…’

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Fawcett Primary School

Seventeen trees have been planted at Fawcett school – three at the old entrance to the school as well as several in the school yard and playing fields. Further trees will be added once the building developments at the school are complete.

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King George V playing Fields

Two groups of apple trees have been planted on the King George V playing fields. Four trees have been planted alongside the tennis courts a a further eight trees have been planted in a circular formation in an area behind the tennis courts and close to the children’s playing area. All twelve trees planted on the playing fields are varieties which begin with the name ‘Lady’s….’

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Nightingale Park

Nightingale Park is a very large recreational park with a new community garden in the former bowling green area and a very good and active community of volunteers. We began our planting here in November 2016 with eight trees and we will continue planting the park over the next few years.

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Trumpington Meadows Primary School

Twenty-two apple trees have been planted inside the boundary fence of the schools playing fields. The planting took place with the help of the school children and the relationship with the school will be developed as the trees grow.

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Busway Bus stop for Foster Road Estate

Several trees have been planted in the area of the Bus stop for the Busway serving Fosters Road and very close to the Trumpington Meadows Community Orchard.

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Trumpington Community College

A new secondary school for Trumpington opened this academic year and with the help of the school children we planted 20 different apple varieties alongside the playing fields. Over the next few years we will add to this.

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Trumpington Park and Ride for the Busway

At the beginning of the Busway Bus Route from the Tumpington Park and Ride carpark, we have planted eight apple trees. This small group will be added to over the coming years as the busway is a key route for this project.

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