Trinity has planted an Oak tree as part of The Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC); a tree-planting initiative created to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022.
Everyone across the UK has been invited to plant trees – from October 2021, when the tree planting season began, through to the end of the Jubilee year in 2022.
The aim is to support a greener UK and to create a legacy in honour of The Queen’s leadership of the nation, which will benefit future generations.
Four Alder trees are also being planted to represent the school’s Army, RAF and RN sections of the CCF as well as the Contingent’s Cadet Force Adult Volunteers, points out Major Mazur, who adds: “The Queen’s Green Canopy will create a network of individual trees, avenues, copses and whole woodlands in honour of The Queen’s service and the legacy she has built. This will, in turn, create a green legacy of its own, with every tree planted bringing benefits for people, wildlife and climate, now and for the future. To that end, we applied to the Woodlands Trust for 15 Alder saplings as part of the scheme, and we were delighted to have been successful in our application. In October the Woodland Trust will send us a further 15 Alder saplings to add to the Green Canopy.”
"In October the Woodland Trust will send us a further 15 Alder saplings to add to the Green Canopy."
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