As some of you will remember we took part in the world record attempt organised by the BBC to try and simultaneously plant as many trees as possible in one hour last year. We managed to do 204 (with another 200 later on that month) – in light of this the BBC this morning sent us a plaque to acknowledge our achievement. See picture below
We planted a mixture of native species to the UK, namely, Hawthorne, Blackthorne, Alder, Dog Rose and Birch – and soon they’ll become homes for birds and other wild life in the local area.
More trees are planned soon, we have made arrangements to plant around 5,000 on our site in the north east this year. More details will follow.
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