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Queen's Green Canopy

You may be aware that the Parish Council applied for several trees as part of the Queen's Green Canopy campaign and planted them around the parish.

The Cherry tree planted near the school at the entrance to the rec. has now been registered and approved and is now live on the Green Canopy map on the dedicated website along with its picture. So, It's great to know that we are now officially linked to our tree for everyone to see.





Message received from The Queens Green Canopy.

"We are delighted to confirm your Jubilee tree planting has been uploaded to The Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC) map.

Please find attached your QGC virtual plaque, which we invite you to share on social media using the hashtag #QueensGreenCanopy or #plantatreeforthejubilee to encourage others across the UK to get involved.

Please follow our digital channels on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram where we will be sharing Jubilee tree plantings throughout the official planting season, which is from October to March. With your planting complete, it is important to take care of your trees to give them the best chance of flourishing.

Our Protect page features all the information you need to ensure your planting flourishes.

Thank you for your contribution to this special initiative, which we hope will inspire countless others. With your support we are creating a greener UK and a legacy in honour of The Queen’s leadership of the nation, which will benefit future generations.

Yours sincerely,

The Queen’s Green Canopy"


A link to their website can be found here:- https://queensgreencanopy.org/

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