Youngsters and adults from Bridlington and the surrounding area helped to plant hundreds of trees as part of the Big Climate Fightback campaign.
Both Bridlington Town Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council worked alongside schools and colleges in Bridlington during the event at the Jubilee Wood on Bessingby Road.
The day before the event, students from East Yorkshire College planted dozens of saplings in the grounds of the St Mary’s Walk campus.
Paula King, clerk to Bridlington Town Council, said: “The Town Council, the ERYC and the Woodlands Trust worked together with all the schools and ER College in Bridlington to plant hundreds of trees as part of the Big Climate Fightback.
“The event was a great success and a fabulous example of partnership working in the town Thank you to all involved whose ages range from 2–80 years old.
“By the end of the first week of December over 600 trees were planted in Bridlington as part of the Northern Forest project.”
Taking part were: East Riding College, Bridlington and Headlands Schools, Our Lady and St Peter’s, Quay Academy, New Pasture Lane, Martongate, Burlington Infants and Juniors, Bay and Hilderthorpe.