"We all have a duty to nurture trees and woodlands" - PM

The Prime Minister Theresa May has joined over 500 other MPs in planting trees in support of The Queen's Commonwealth Canopy (QCC), an international network of forest conservation initiatives to mark the Queen's lifetime of service to the Commonwealth.

by Gavin McEwan
The Prime Minister plants a QCC tree watched by Sainsbury’s Judith Batchelar; Woodland Trust chair Baroness Young and Sofia Davenport, granddaughter to Maidenhead Waterways' Richard Davenport. Image: Martyn Milner Photography
The Prime Minister plants a QCC tree watched by Sainsbury’s Judith Batchelar; Woodland Trust chair Baroness Young and Sofia Davenport, granddaughter to Maidenhead Waterways' Richard Davenport. Image: Martyn Milner Photography

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