Three new trees have been planted in Rosslyn Crescent and Frognal Avenue thanks to HCRA’s ongoing tree campaign.
Over the past decade or so HCRA volunteers have lobbied and fundraised to get more trees planted in our three roads.
Overall more than 40 new trees have been planted – many paid for by the association, individual residents and from community funding made available to local councillors.
The latest trees – two in Rosslyn and one in Frognal – were installed by Harrow Council following ongoing discussion with HCRA.
HCRA tree officer Helen Grimes said she was delighted to see more new trees go in.
“We think trees really make a difference to the look and feel of our streets,” she said.
“Residents can help look after our new trees by taking care when parking near them, reporting damage or broken branches to HCRA and by watering trees in hot weather.”