More than 60 new trees have been planted on streets and in open spaces around Croxley following work by local councillors.
Last year, a number of self-set, dead and dying trees were removed. Local councillors, led by Three Rivers councillor Chris Lloyd, insisted they should be replanted where possible.
In addition, Three Rivers District Council had also committed to planting more than 750 new trees across the district as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy project, to be located in open spaces such as Baldwins Lane Recreation Ground and The Green.
Cllr Lloyd said: “I am very pleased that so many have been planted. In some places, we were not able to replace trees where they had been lost due to underground services, but this is a great effort.
“I’m now working on getting further work done on other trees that need action, such as in Dickinson Square and Avenue. Street trees not only benefit the environment but also help absorb CO2 emissions.”