Lime Tree Adoption

The Lime Trees on Burwash High Street are a key part of our village heritage. The Parish Council is working with the local community to protect these beautiful trees - each of which has now been 'adopted' by friends of Burwash.  

In adopting a lime tree, people are giving up their personal time to help maintain our unique high street.  Thank you to everyone involved.  Here is a list of  the proud adopters: 

1-3 C Waterhouse and Sons
4 Stef Hooker
5 Ron Flint
6 Mia Wooden
7 Rod Clifton
8 – 10 Alison Marshall
11 – 15 The White House
16 Melanie Dixon
17 Berry Wraight and Mike Poulter
18 Rose Mary Rogers. Born 1st March 2017
19 The Bear
20 Greg and Lorna Meares
21 The Clarke Family
22 Betty McBride MBE and David Cowell

23 – 24 The Workman Family
25 Chris Knowles
26 – 29 Natalie Crabtree
30 - Adopted by the Cowell Brothers (A little bit of Brooklyn in Burwash)

31– 32 The Burwash Potter

33 Nancy and Ian Cranston

34-35 Freeman Forman

36 – 38 The Jarvis Family
39 The Richmond Family

 

40 The Rose and Crown
41 – 44 Emily Evans
45 – 46 Derek Nash (Adopted by Vernon and Shari Byers Nash)
47 – 49 Barbara Jones
50 – 53 Deborah Knox-Watson
54 Mrs Bedford-Turner
55 – 56 Louise Robinson
57 – 58 Helen Smith
59 – 60 Colin Chapman
61 Michelle Sansom
62 – 65 Mr and Mrs R Maude-Roxby
66 – 67 Mr and Mrs P Cutler

 


68 Tom and Elizabeth Appleby
69 Jacky Nash and Ken Hazell
70 Chris Heazelton
71 – 72 Hilary Howarth (Adopted in memory of Jack and Kay Heazelton)
73 – 74 Nicole Stillman
75 Sue Leonard
76 – 77 Pip Walters

Youngs Garden -  Tree numbers 78 – 81
78 – 81 Clare Walford

For a full list of events this month, please go to Burwash Parish Diary. If you have updates or wish to add details of future events please get in touch via Burwash Parish Clerk.