A guided walk on trees in the old cemetery and churchyard in Great Yarmouth will be held on July 9 at 2pm.

The walk is managed by the Friends of Great Yarmouth Cemeteries and is led by assistant grounds manager Graeme Watson.

Mr Watson will provide educational discussions regarding the diversity and welfare of trees and the wildlife they nurture.

The old cemetery, originally designed in 1840, offers a sweeping network of tree-lined paths.

The tour takes place July 9 at 2pm The tour takes place July 9 at 2pm (Image: Submitted)

Tree varieties include acacia, silver maple and a lime tree, all located in the churchyard.

In recent years, the cemeteries have welcomed the addition of several new trees.

This event, free of charge, aims to enhance community appreciation for Great Yarmouth's natural environment.

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Attendees should congregate at the Kitchener Road main entrance of the old cemetery.

The Friends of Great Yarmouth Cemeteries, a voluntary group that meets monthly, extends their work beyond guided walks, engaging in restoration projects and researching the legacy of the cemetery's past inhabitants.

For more information, interested individuals can find the group on Facebook.