Western Road Memorial Trees Repair and Restoration

by Richard and Elizabeth Motley in Sheffield, England, United Kingdom

Sheffield City Council must stop desecration of WW1 Living Mem...

Sheffield City Council are briefly considering the strength of public feeling, to decide whether to allow Amey PLC to desecrate this living memorial. We need to reach enough residents across Sheffield to make our Council abort this action. SHAFT has been asked to share this open letter from the War Memorials Trust, regarding the planned desecration : http://www.warmemorials.org/uploads/publications/617.pdf Please help us to reach more people with this shorter video highlighting the plight of our Living Memorial - our first video reached almost 100,000 residents... we need to inform every household in Sheffield. Thank you for hitting the "Share" button below.

Posted by SHAFT : Sheffield Action For Trees on Thursday, 24 August 2017
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Fund to save this WW1 War Memorial, planted in 1919 in memory of 64 fallen soldiers, as the first step to forming a city-wide tree trust

by Richard and Elizabeth Motley in Sheffield, England, United Kingdom

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Leaf donor

Trees need many many hundreds of leaves- your donation of £20 will make you one of our hundreds of 'Leaf Donors'

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Bark donor

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Root donor

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Branch donor

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Project Sponsor

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Principle sponsor

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Memorial Patron

Individuals who wish to make a major donation to the restoration fund will be named as Patrons of the Memorial

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