October 18, 2021

Glasgow schoolchildren dig for the Queen’s 70th Jubilee Tree.

Next year, on the occasion of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, IT is a symbol and trees will be planted all over the country to become a legacy in honor of her reign.

A unique tree-planting initiative as part of the Queen Green Canopy will mark the 2022 milestone and invite people from across the UK to “plant a tree for the Jubilee”.

From individuals to scout and girl guiding groups, villages, towns, counties, schools and corporates, everyone will be encouraged to play their part in improving the environment by planting trees during the official planting season between October and March. Pay Planting will resume in October 2022, by the end of the Jubilee year.

Cadre Primary School students in Glasgow were selected to join.

And yesterday, with some help from Lord Provost Philip Brett of Glasgow, he installed Sorbus Lion Water Saddling, in the role of Lord Lieutenant as the Queen’s representative in the city.

Glasgow Lord Provost Philip Brett poses as Lord Lieutenant, representing the Queen, planting trees at Cadre Primary School.  Pictured with members of the Schools Eco Committee, left Jason Lam, Orlog Gallagher, Jr.

Glasgow Lord Provost Philip Brett poses as Lord Lieutenant, representing the Queen, planting trees at Cadre Primary School. Pictured with members of the school’s eco-committee, left Jason Lam, from Orlog Gallagher, Jr. Maktavish

Mr Bratt said: “It is an honor to be the Lord Lieutenant to lead the Queen’s Green Canopy City Schools Project in Glasgow on the occasion of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee next year. I am always impressed by the enthusiasm and knowledge of our young people. Demonstrating our commitment in all matters related to, this royal tree planting is a concrete way to address our current environmental concerns while next year can also be a memorable milestone for its greatness. Inheritance

Glasgow Lord Provost Philip Brett poses as Lord Lieutenant, representing the Queen, planting trees at Cadre Primary School.  Pictured with members of the Schools Eco Committee, left Jason Lam, Orlog Gallagher, Jr.

Glasgow Lord Provost Philip Brett poses as Lord Lieutenant, representing the Queen, planting trees at Cadre Primary School. Pictured with members of the school’s eco-committee, left Jason Lam, from Orlog Gallagher, Jr. Maktavish

Last week, the Queen and Prince Charles planted a tree at Balmoral Castle as an initiative to mark their Platinum Jubilee.

As they poured mud around the copper-bearing plant, Prince Charles said: “Let’s hope it survives.” It was installed in the Balmeral Cricket Pavilion with the help of students from the nearby Karathi Primary School.

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