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    Woodland Trust free trees for schools and communities

    The Woodland Trust has announced that it is offering hundreds of thousands of free trees to community groups and schools. There are packs of 5, 30, 105 and 420 trees, to be delivered in November this year, ready for Tree Charter Day on the 23rd November.

    Who can apply?

    Schools across the UK, plus nurseries, colleges, universities and outdoor learning centres

    All kinds of different groups such as resident associations, sports clubs, parish councils, scouts, guides and many more.

    You don’t need to belong to an official organisation. You could even set up a group for the purpose of planting, but you must be not-for-profit. The most important thing is that your group is willing to take on the planning, planting and care of the saplings.

    Learn more by visiting the Woodland Trust:

    http://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/plant-trees/free-trees/

    https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/plant-trees/free-trees/faq/

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