STE waste starts planting forest in Lyme park at the end of November
Fri 02 Nov 2018
Lyme park in Disley is currently owned by the national trust. The national trust’s aim is to preserve the cultural heritage of a geographic region and look after significant historic sites and natural areas of beauty and wildlife.
At the end of November/start of December, STE waste will start the planting of 3,000 trees in Lyme Park, adjacent to the iconic cage which was built in 1580, to help reduce the negative impact that our trucks have on the environment in the Greater Manchester area.
We are more than happy to let anyone volunteer to help us plant the forest as many hands make light work.
Please contact us if you have a spare day to offer in a magnificent part of the world in our planting period.