Planting in your community or school
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Our tree packs for schools and communities offer the perfect opportunity to unite groups while encouraging beautiful wildlife, protecting against tree disease and providing other benefits to your local area.
School and community tree packs
School Packs: Autumn tree packs for schools are now fully subscribed.
Community Tree Packs: Packs of all sizes are still available.
We have 4,750 tree packs to give away to school and community groups for planting this Autumn. We will be delivering the trees from 2-6 November 2015, so have a look at the information below and see if we can help your community.
These have been generously funded by lead partners Sainsbury’s, IKEA FAMILY, Yorkshire Tea, players of People’s Postcode Lottery and Biffa Award; also funded by WHSmith and Wilko.
How does it work?
Communities and schools can apply for our free tree packs twice a year which will be sent out in March and November, available in qualities of 30, 105 or 420.
The packs come in different mixes of tree species so you can choose the best one for your project. We accept applications all year round, but only send trees out twice a year – in March and November – when the trees are dormant and ready to plant.
Free tree pack FAQ (PDF, 2.2MB) - answering your questions about the scheme, including eligibility
Species in the packs (PDF, 0.6MB) - the different variants in the packs we have to offer
How can I get my community tree pack?
Apply for a community tree pack now and follow our step by step instructions below.
How can I get my school tree pack?
Autumn tree packs for schools are now fully subscribed. Spring applications will open on 7 September.
Need more information about school tree packs?
For any school enquiries, please contact email@example.com.
Further advice and support is also available through our friendly volunteer team of Woodland Creation Champions. If you would like to discuss your planting or tree planting plans, then email us with your name, postcode and phone number and we will arrange for someone to contact you.