By Ralph Warburton - 28th January 2012 7:05am
As a move to plan ahead – and in this I am talking of 10/15 years or so — we wonder if there are residents who would have a piece of land on which we could plant a Christmas tree with the aim of harvesting it later as it matures to 30/35feet.
This way we could guarantee supply of the big tree we erect each year in the Square which I feel sure most find truly splendid.
Please have a good think and come back to me on email@example.com or 07813 820157.
Ralph Warburton Vice Ch. ADAS
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