More than 300,000 trees planted thanks to one of our longest-running partnerships.
We’ve worked with Golden Charter since 1995, creating hundreds of acres of new woodland for the benefit of people and wildlife across the UK.
How it works:
- Golden Charter donates £40,000 to the Trust annually.
- Golden Charter staff regularly volunteer to take part in our conservation work.
What we’ve achieved:
- Over £1 million donated for the creation of new native woodland.
- More than 300,000 trees planted – enough to create a forest the size of 300 football pitches.
- A clone of the Major Oak, one of the UK’s most famous trees, planted at Glen Finglas in the Trossachs, Stirlingshire to celebrate our 200,000th tree milestone in 2009.
- In 2016, we celebrated 21 years of partnership with the Golden Challenge, a 21 km walk, run or cycle round Loch Katrine. Over 90 Golden Charter staff, family and friends took part, raising more than £7,000 for the Trust.
- Golden Charter Grove of 500 trees planted at Lang Craigs, Scotland to reach the 250,000 trees landmark.