VILLAGERS who planted an incredible 10,000 daffodil bulbs in record time are on another mission.

The team hope to plant 2,600 mixed native hedgerow plants in four different locations around Goostrey.

Residents will be embarking on the project tomorrow, Saturday, December 1, and are calling for volunteers to help.

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Clare Downing is working with Paul Kemsley, organiser of the Goostrees Project.

They hope to plant almost half a mile of hedgerow around the parish including Blackden Heath.

Clare, who is also one of the organisers of the Goostrey Open Gardens event, said: "We need volunteers able to spare an hour or so of their time at one or more of the four volunteer hedgerow planting days.

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“We had a wonderful response to the daffodil planting and hopefully, we will have the same for planting the hedgerows.

"As before, please bring your own spade and protective gloves and we would also suggest that you bring along a drink and snack to keep your energy levels high."

All events start from 10.30 am and run until 1 pm and free instruction will be provided if required.

Anyone able to help can call 07966 160079.

The team will be planting at Bridge Farm on Bridge Lane and Cross Lane, Blackden Heath on Saturday.

On Sunday, they will be working on Blackden Lane, Blackden Heath and New Platt Farm on Brick Bank Lane.

On Friday, December 29, volunteers will be required at Dromedary Lodge, off Main Road.

Saturday, December 30 sees the team return to New Platt Farm on New Platt Lane for a second stage of planting.