Supporting ‘Treebilee,’ and the Queen’s Green Canopy

Oak Planting March 11th @11am

Kesgrave Town Council has been given an Oak tree by East Suffolk Council who are supporting ‘Treebilee,’ a project launched by HRH Prince Charles to encourage the planting of trees during a year-long celebration of the Queen’s 70-year reign in 2022. The Town Council have recently planted the Oak tree on Grange Meadow.

As part of its involvement in the project, East Suffolk has purchased 200 oak trees which will be donated to every town and parish council in East Suffolk. Not only will this mark the very special occasion, but it will also help tackle climate change and contribute towards East Suffolk Council’s vision to create environmentally sustainable communities.

A second Oak Tree donated by East Suffolk will be planted at Oak Meadow by the Chairman of the Kesgrave Town Council on the 11th March at 11.00am. This tree represents part of the Queen’s Green Canopy initiative ‘Plant a tree for the Jubilee.’

Both trees will have plaques to mark the occasion.

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