As part of the Salisbury Rotary Club’s centenary celebrations a copse of Japanese Cherry trees has been donated to the city. The trees have been planted in Victoria Park near the café and play park and celebrate 100 years of the club’s support to international, national and local communities. The trees, together with a plaque marking the donation, were formally handed over in a small ceremony attended by the Mayor, Caroline Corbin; the Deputy Mayor, Tom Corbin; Rotary President, Nigel Brookes and other members of Salisbury Rotary Club. The club would also like to thank the Parks Department for their support and assistance throughout this project.
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