Cllr T Davies plants Chair’s Oak in Radyr Woods
At the start of National Tree Week 2017, Radyr & Morganstown Community Council started what may become a long standing tradition. They planted a Chair’s Oak in Radyr Woods. The decision was taken when Councillor Tyrone Davies was Chair of the Community Council, which is why he was the first to plant a Chair’s Oak.
Thanks go to Jim Goodwin, Chair of Radyr Woods Wardens who organised the event. The tree planted was a Sessile Oak. Who knows, it may live longer than another famous Sessile Oak from Chirk in North Wales, which was reputed to be 1200 years old.
Radyr Woods Wardens are always pleased to welcome new volunteers, and there are still some fluorescent jackets available.