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Stroud Green trees planted to remember those who died from Covid found damaged



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Two trees on Stroud Green that were planted in memory of those who died from Covid have been snapped in half.

Planted by Greenham Parish Council, two of the three cherry trees were found snapped in half this morning (Friday).

The two trees were found damaged this morning
The two trees were found damaged this morning
The two trees were found damaged this morning
The two trees were found damaged this morning

The three trees are on the corner of Racecourse Road and Greenham Road.

Michelle Power, a passerby, said: “I've just seen that some heartless mindless idiot has snapped two of the three trees planted on the corner of Stroud Green, in memory of the people lost to Covid.

The two trees were found damaged this morning
The two trees were found damaged this morning
The two trees were found damaged this morning
The two trees were found damaged this morning

“I just wish someone would needlessly damage something they care about for them to appreciate the hurt they cause.

The two trees were found damaged this morning
The two trees were found damaged this morning
The two trees were found damaged this morning
The two trees were found damaged this morning

“Apparently, a lady has been regularly tending and watering the trees to help protect them from the drought. What a shame we can't protect them from idiots too.”



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