Grantham charity offer schools the chance to ‘green-up’ with free trees

Schools are being offered the chance to green-up their grounds and make outdoor learning fun with free trees.
Over a quarter of a million trees are up for grabs from the Woodland Trust, and schools can now apply for saplings which will be delivered ready to plant in March next year.
Planting trees is a great way for youngsters to connect with nature and has key educational benefits too. Pupils can plant native trees like rowan or crab apple for a copse or hedge, and grow a wild harvest, or a burst of year round colour.
The Woodland Trust’s Schools and Community Engagement Manager, Karen... read more

17 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 19
Source: Melton Times

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