Trees for Winchcombe working with the Woodland Trust will provide free trees to households and community groups to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022. Join the movement to create a nationwide tree canopy to protect wildlife and our environment.

The Queen’s Green Canopy will provide a commemorative plaque for your tree. An interactive map will show dots across the nation showing all trees planted.


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 JoAnne Freeman meeting with Andy Noble and Gaynor Baldwin from Tewkesbury Borough Council to plan for more trees on Dell Park in Winchcombe. An important milestone in the Trees for Winchcombe project, part of the Win Green Town movement.

Tree meeting March 2022

Swift boxes being installed on house in Winchcombe


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Brian Weller painting Swift Boxes                        Rob Small making Swift Boxes

Brian Weller painting swift boxes                             Rob Small making swift boxes




The Tree Team with GWT Will Masefield and Steve Dawson on a stormy day assessing tree possibilities in the Winchcombe Playing Field


 First meeting about playing fields 

First  tree has been planted!

First tree planting 2022

  • Carbon capture - tree planting
  • Swift boxes on buildings in Winchcombe
  • Community orchard
  • Bio diversity- rewilding 
  • Working with local farmers
  • Hedgehog pathways through our gardens
  • No Mow May

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