I was pleased to attend the planting of new trees to form the Queen’s Canopy in Flint.
Recently, Flint became latest location in the international programme to create a Queen’s Canopy with the aim providing a positive environmental legacy for the future.
Over 60 trees were planted in total to mark the number of years served by the Queen to the Commonwealth. The trees were provided through Flintshire County Council and a partnership between the Woodland Trust, Sainsbury’s and ITV, which in April screened a landmark documentary, The Queen’s Green Planet, following Her Majesty the Queen and this ambitious legacy project which brings together her deeply held commitment to the Commonwealth and her little-known love of trees.
It has been a pleasure to work with all involved to secure the new Queen’s Canopy in Flint. This will be a fitting mark of action in Flintshire tackle against climate change in support of The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy project.
I am grateful to Flintshire County Council for adding to the collection of trees donated by the Woodland Trust. Combining the trees together will create a new place for people to gather, sit and enjoy our town. Read more “PLANTING OF THE QUEEN’S CANOPY IN FLINT”