Daventry To Plant a Tree for The Jubilee

Daventry To Plant a Tree for The Jubilee

Civic organisations across the United Kingdom, including Daventry Town Council, will be planting a tree to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee on the same day – the seventieth day of the year in which The Queen marks the seventieth anniversary of her accession. The Tree Planting Day was initiated by National Association of Civic Officers (NACO).

The Queen's Green Canopy tree planted in Daventry will be a Sea Buckthorn, along with a commemorative plaque at the entrance of New Street Park at 11am on Friday 11 March 2022.

The canopy is a nationwide initiative encouraging everyone to plant a tree, hedge or other planting with a focus on sustainability, to create a legacy in honour of The Queen's leadership.

The tree planting in Daventry will be attended by Daventry Mayor, Cllr. Lynne Taylor, DTC Chief Officer, Deborah Jewell and DTC Projects Officer, Carrie Gardner Pett.

Daventry Town Council will mark the historic platinum jubilee occasion in a number of other ways, find full details at Queen's Jubilee 2022.

Posted: Wed, 09 Mar 2022 09:00 by Daventry Town Council

Tags: Queens Jubilee, Tree, Tree Planting