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FAMILIES are being invited to plant trees to provide fruit, nuts and berries in the future.

The Havant Transition Network is an environmental group which aims to make a difference to the lives of the community through subtle changes.

Volunteers have been given trees by the Woodland Trust which will be planted in Hooks Row – a strip of land that runs along the side of Barncroft Junior School, in Bedhampton.

Mark Willenbruch, from HTN, said: ‘They are native fruiting trees which will one day provide us with fruits, nuts and berries.

‘We’re looking for residents, local children and anyone else to help plant and then look after them as they grow.’

Anyone interested in helping to plant the trees is invited to a meeting at Barncroft Junior School on February 3 at 6pm. For more details go to htn2020.org.uk.