Woodland Trust Queen's Commonwealth Canopy

In honour of Her Majesty The Queen’s lifetime of service to the Commonwealth, 50,000 native trees will soon be planted around the United Kingdom, forming the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy—part of an even larger pan-Commonwealth network of forest conservation projects.

North East Hampshire will be represented too and you now have the opportunity to vote for one of our local primary schools, one secondary school and one village green to each receive one of these special, symbolic saplings that will, I trust, stand strong into the future.

You can have your say below.

Woodland Trust Queen's Commonwealth Canopy

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    Primary School
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    Secondary School and Village Green
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    Your details
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Primary School

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