Jubilee trees for Norfolk – opportunity to apply for cut price trees

More than 40,000 trees are available at a discount for everyone across Norfolk, thanks to the launch of a new scheme in the county.

The Jubilee Trees for Norfolk are supporting the Queen’s Green Canopy, a scheme to coincide with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, where people from across the UK are invited to ‘plant a tree for the Jubilee’.

Half-price tree packs will be available at seven tree collection points including Norwich (County Hall and Broadland Country Park), Acle, Long Stratton, Watton, Fakenham and King’s Lynn).

The Jubilee Trees for Norfolk scheme is being funded to a total of £50,000 Norfolk County Council and the Government through the Trees Outside Woodland project.

There is an application process because we want to make sure all trees are being planted in the right place and have the best chance of survival.

Anyone in Norfolk can apply if they have the right land permissions and space.

Applications now open and the packs will be ready for collection in the planting season between December 2022-February 2023.

Further information, and applications here.

(Source: NCC)