Snow in March

Photo: Catherine Love on Facebook.

PHOTOS: We have now had two lots of snow since Christmas which made the Green look very attractive but caused some delay in new growth.

You can see more photographs from Play Lane Millenium Green users at the bottom of this page. 

Just prior to the most recent snow, we purchased a new walnut tree with the aid of money from Ryde Town Council.

After some deliberation as to the best position for it, one of the smaller oaks near the five-barred gate has been removed and the new tree planted in such a manner as to leave it room for growth.

It is hoped this tree will fruit in the next few years.

You can see the photo below of the new tree that has been planted in the green.

 

Mist hanging in the woods one day in February

 

More snow photos.

Here are a few more photographs were taken by visitors of the green, who have submitted photographs to us via our Facebook page.

Photo: Catherine Love (Facebook)

 

Photo: Alf Damp (Facebook)

 

Photo: Alf Damp (Facebook)

 

Photo: Alf Damp (Facebook)

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We need YOU!

As Play Lane Millennium Green is open for everyone to enjoy, we must have Public Liability Insurance. We also have to carry out regular management of bramble and scrub clearing as well as thinning of the oak trees to encourage optimum growth. Amongst all that, we have to carry out maintenance work on footpaths.

£500 minimum is needed each year to maintain the green to its best standard, for everyone to enjoy.

This is where you come in, follow the link below to find out how you can support the Green.

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