Eglinton residents dig in for tree planting event at Allara estate

Jack Grimes.
Lucy Grose.
Simone and Bella Grimes.
Robert Wright and Damian Grose.
Jack Grimes. Lucy Grose. Simone and Bella Grimes. Robert Wright and Damian Grose.

EGLINTON residents came together to plant more than 365 seedlings and three mature trees this month.

About 30 people attended the first tree-planting day at Allara estate, helped by landscaping and revegetation specialists Tranen.

Allara community development manager Amy Blundell said it was great to see families engaged in making a positive difference to their community.

“We had residents of all ages participate who were interested in the environmental care and conservation of Allara,” Ms Blundell said.

Participants had a free sausage sizzle after the event at the estate, which Satterley Property Group and LandCorp are developing.

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