Beverley St Nicholas Primary School Plants A Tree In Memory Of Her Majesty The Queen

Beverley St Nicholas Primary School Plants A Tree In Memory Of Her Majesty The Queen
Beverley St Nicholas Primary School Plants A Tree In Memory Of

Beverley and Holderness MP planted a tree at Beverley St Nicholas Primary School as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy.

In honour of the late Her Majesty the Queen, The Queen’s Green Canopy is a new government initiative to plant trees in communities across the country.

It will enable communities to enjoy the beauty of nature and green spaces by planting thousands of trees across the country.

With the help of their School Eco-Minister, Angel, and their Prime Minister, William, Graham planted a tree today at Beverley St Nicholas Primary School. Both current and future pupils at the school will be able to enjoy this lasting tribute to Her Majesty’s service.

Speaking about this initiative, Graham said:

“I was honoured to plant my tribute to the late Her Majesty the Queen alongside the brilliant pupils from Beverley St Nicholas Primary School. It is a great way to commemorate Her Majesty’s tireless work on behalf of our country and I look forward to seeing lots of lovely new greenery.”

Forestry Minister Trudy Harrison said:

“The Queen’s Green Canopy is a fitting tribute to the late Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. Trees are at the heart of our communities and today’s funding will ensure that thousands more trees are planted across the country in her honour.”



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