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Barnes trees wrapped in ribbons for a brighter future
People in Barnes wrapped trees with large bows in an attempt to create a vision for the future of the village.
Organisers of the Big Barnes Ponder, which will be held on October 19, arranged a tree wrapping event where residents tied trees with large bows and gift tags which highlighted some ideas to develop Barnes and an invitation to the ponder event.
Town planning experts from across the country will be on hand to help residents during the drop-in session.
A band of volunteers joined town centre manager Emma Robinson on October 5 to wrap about 20 trees.
She said: “There was loads of interest and enthusiasm from people in Barnes during the tree wrapping and we need people to come along on the 19th to make use of the session.”
People interested in improving Barnes for the future are invited to drop in to the Big Barnes Ponder on October 19 at the OSO Community Arts Centre from 10.30am to 4pm.
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