80 Trees for 80 Years

80 Trees for 80 Years, an initiative by the Association for Jewish Refugees, will see 80 native oak trees planted around Britain to honour people and places that symbolise the enormous contribution made to every walk of British life by refugees who escaped from Nazi Europe. Latest TV’s Yael Breuer went along to Preston Park in Brighton to meet the organisers, representatives of Brighton and Hove Council and the local community.

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