For the Love of Trees – London. An event organised by Trees for Cities in partnership with Unilever, Ealing council and the Mayor of London which saw over 320 volunteers plant a total of 10,000 trees at King George’s Field, Southall on Saturday 13 February.
“Trees for Cities’ Edible Playgrounds are really exciting. It gives kids the opportunity to get outdoors, get their hands dirty growing fruit and vegetables and learn about healthy food. Please support Trees for Cities so that they can continue to create Edible Playgrounds in our schools.”
Trees for Cities has already done a lot to green our cities. I’m proud of what they have achieved already, but with your help, we could still do more.
I’m proud to be a Founding Patron of Trees for Cities. Over 600,000 trees have been planted since the charity was set up in 1993. Trees make cities more beautiful, improve the quality of our lives and help to reduce CO₂. With your help we can really make a difference.
What’s great about Trees for Cities is that their work is as much about people as it is about trees
Trees for Cities is a tree-mendous way for people to get involved in planting and learning to love and appreciate urban trees.
Trees for Cities’ work has always been about trees and people. Trees are brilliant at bringing people of all ages, and from all walks of life together to plant trees that will be enjoyed for future generations. I would encourage you to join me in supporting this fantastic charity and get involved.
I am delighted that I and Festival Republic supported Trees for Cities to get tree planting underway in both Leeds and Reading and overseas in East Africa. As a business there are a number of ways you can meet your responsibilities to the environment, so do pick up the phone and speak to the team at Trees for Cities.
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