Tree commemorates 60th anniversary of naturalists

Clitheroe Naturalists plant a tree in Clitheroe Castle grounds to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Society's formation.
Clitheroe Naturalists plant a tree in Clitheroe Castle grounds to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Society's formation.

Members of Clitheroe Naturalists have planted a tree in Clitheroe Castle grounds to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the society’s formation.

Founded in 1956, its original founding members included Horace Cook, Bernard Oddie, Richard and Florrie Blades to name but a few.

On a very cold wet day the society’s president Pat Parrot was helped by current members to plant the commemorative tree.