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15-Mar-25 Bury St Edmunds A
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26-Apr-25 Colchester A
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The Queens Green Canopy Tree Planting at CRFC

In an effort to reach the carbon net-zero target by 2050 the UK is committed to planting millions more trees. 

Canterbury RFC applied for a selection of trees through The Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC): Plant a Tree for the Jubilee initiative. This is a tree planting initiative created to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022. Everyone across the UK is being invited to plant trees from October 2021, when the tree planting season begins, through to the end of the Jubilee year in 2022. 

Through this scheme, Woodland Trust supplied us with 2 boxes of Medium Year Round Colour and one Small Copse. Woodland Trust has been generously funded by Sainsbury’s, Lloyds Bank, Ovo Energy, DFS, Joules, Bank of Scotland, and Sofology to give away hundreds of thousands of trees to schools and communities.

A work party of John, Dave, Rob, and Sally arrived at the club at 8 am on March 16th and after a couple of hours work planted, caned, and protected all of the saplings which we received along the far side of the orchard pitches, and along the bottom edge also.

The saplings will grow into a gorgeous mix of silver birch, rowan, wild cherry, hazel, and dogwoods.

When grown these trees will not only provide climate protection, but berries for birds, autumn colour, and in leaf berry, and bark displays.

At CRFC we are doing our bit, to help the climate, local wildlife, and the visual impact of the club.

To find out more about QGC, please visit their website.