Businessman plants tree in memory of late mayor
A HONITON businessman has planted a tree in memory of the town s former mayor, Chris Tratt, who died suddenly last year.
A HONITON businessman has planted a tree in memory of the town's former mayor, Chris Tratt, who died suddenly last year.
Jean-Baptiste Sancey-Denton, of The Railway Inn, planted a liquid amber tree at the Glen.
Honiton Town Council has also planted a tree at the beauty spot in memory of the late Councillor Tratt.
Mr Sancey-Denton said he was proud of the community work that Councillor Tratt had carried out in Honiton and that he felt privileged to plant a tree in his memory.
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He hopes that other business owners in the town will follow his example and plant more trees at the Glen as part of an on-going regeneration project led by the town council.
Heathpark-based Nu-Heat have already contributed to the project, which has attracted grant funding.
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