uring National Tree Week, Shoot Out filmed the planting of five large lime trees in memory of Peter Williamson’s life. This event was the first of many as Hereford starts a three year tree planting initiative to green up the city!
“The Rural Media Company are an important access tool for putting projects and people in touch with each other, as was the case with this project, and we hope to work with them again in the future.” Mo Burns, Hereford Tree Forum.
This film was created through Shoot Out (shootout.org.uk) the Rural Media Company's Big Lottery funded filmmaking project for young people in Herefordshire.
Date: 2nd December 2011
Young Filmmakers: Jack S. Parton
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