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13/06/2021

1000 trees – plant a tree for Gloucestershire’s millennium

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Gloucestershire 1000 is delighted to be working in partnership with The Woodland Trust, the UK’s leading woodland conservation charity, to encourage everyone to plant or sponsor a tree to celebrate the county’s 1000th birthday.

The aim is to plant 1000 trees across the county as a lasting legacy of the millennium celebrations.

You can contribute to the grand total by either planting a tree or making a donation towards a pack of trees being planted by a Gloucestershire school or community group. .Read the attached information pack to find out more.

  • Why not plant a tree with your children/grandchildren to encourage an interest in the natural world? Add it to the grand total on our website.
  • Thanks to The Woodland Trust’s Tree For All campaign, community groups can apply for a grant to help with their tree planting.
  • If you’re a company, why not add a link on your website letting people know that you’re making a donation towards 1000 Trees for every item sold?
  • You could even grab a spade and team up with your local community group to help them with their tree planting!

1000 Trees Map

http://www.woodland-trust.org.uk/getinvolved/index.htm

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