Say it with trees

Remember a loved one or celebrate a special occasion with a meaningful gift that lasts.

Credit: SCOTLAND The Big Picture /
Credit: SCOTLAND: The Big Picture /
Got questions?

Read our FAQs for more information about dedications.

Be it a single tree or an acre of woodland with a personalised bench, your dedication will provide a long-lasting tribute that can be visited time after time – and support local wildlife too.

You can make a dedication in a number of specially-selected woods across the UK, allowing you to choose somewhere meaningful. Each tree and area is only dedicated once so will be unique to you.

Dedications start from just £20. All benches and marker posts are handmade in Sussex and come with a plaque to hold your personal message.

Choose the dedication right for you

Individual trees

Dedicate trees for a suggested donation of £20 each.

Area of woodland

Dedicate woodland for £250 per quarter acre, with the option to add more and create larger dedicated areas.

Pre-installed bench

Dedicate a bench already installed in the wood with your own message from £1,500.

Marker post with acre

Dedicate an acre of woodland with a marker post and plaque holding your special message for £2,000.

New bench with acre

Dedicate an acre of woodland with a new, handmade bench and plaque holding your special message for £3,000.

Need more help?

Our friendly team is on hand to chat through your wishes. Call us on 0330 333 3300.

To say thank you for your dedication, we'll send you:

  • a certificate with your own personal message
  • information about your chosen wood with a map to help you find the dedicated area.

We can send the pack by post or, if time is of the essence, instantly by email. And you can choose to have it sent either directly to you or to your loved one.

Visit our online shop and use our quick and easy service to get your dedication started.

My daughter and her husband love exploring the countryside. I thought the gift of a woodland dedication would be a special way of commemorating their day and future life together. They now have a lovely little baby boy who loves to be taken out under trees where he enjoys the light dappling through the leaves.

Derek Gane
Woodland Trust supporter