Bovey Tracey Proposal for Planting

Bovey Tracey Town Council would like to hear residents' views on a proposal to plant trees at two sites in the Parish - Rendells Meadow and the small open green space off Le Molay-Littry Way/Churchfields Drive which leads to The Oaks.

The proposal is linked to an exciting initiative by Devon Wildlife Trust called 'Saving Devon's Treescapes' that aims to reverse the decline in Devon's trees.  It also supports the Town Council's Climate Emergency Declaration made in 2019 and efforts to improve the town's environment.

The plan is to create small circles of 5-7 fruit and native trees at each location to enhance the environmental value of each site.  The planting scheme has been sympathetically designed by Devon Wildlife Trust.

Before answering the questions below, please read the detailed proposals by following this link.

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* 1. Do you support the proposal to plant small circles of 5-7 fruit and native trees at Rendells Meadow to enhance its environmental value?

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* 2. If you answered 'no' to question 1, please tell us why?

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* 3. How far do you live from Rendell's Meadow?

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* 4. How often do you visit the site on average each month?

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* 5. Do you support the proposal to plant small circles of 5-7 fruit and native trees at the open space on the corner of Le Molay-Littry Way and Churchfields Drive (eg walkway through to The Oaks)

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* 6. If you answered 'no' to question 5, please tell us why?

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* 7. How far do you live from the open space on the corner of Le Molay-Littry Way and Churchfields Drive?

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* 8. How often do you visit the site on average each month?

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* 9. If you would be interested in helping to plant trees locally, please leave your name and contact email address in the comments box below.

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