National Trust to plant 20 million trees by 2030

The National Trust has planted 60,000 trees in recent months as part of its plans to establish 20 million trees across England, Wales and Northern Ireland by 2030.

by Dan Symonds
Area ranger James Robbins breaks ground for the new hedge at Buckland Abbey - credit: Alex Prain/NT
Area ranger James Robbins breaks ground for the new hedge at Buckland Abbey - credit: Alex Prain/NT

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