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Spades Ready, Plan, Plant and Protect with Badminton Place!

Next year will mark 70 years since HM The Queen came to the throne.  Plans are in place for celebrations to mark her Platinum Jubilee.

As part of the celebrations, HRH The Prince of Wales has devised a project called The Queen’s Green Canopy, which is designed to leave a legacy in memory of his mother’s reign for many generations to come.

The idea is for people, both individuals and organisations, to plant as many trees as possible around the country during the tree-planting seasons that run from October 2021 through to March 2022, and again from October 2022 to the end of next year.

The Berkley Care Group are joining in, and they have made a start!

This initiative will not only celebrate the Queen’s long reign but also have a positive impact on the environment and help to counter the damaging effects of climate change.

Badminton Place care and nursing home have started their tree planting for the Queen’s jubilee with assistance of Avon Bridge Group in Bristol. About, Somerset Bridge Group, a top local insurance broker in Bristol with over 40 years’ experience. Tracy Collins, the office manager was extremely enthusiastic with supporting the plant the tree initiative and picked two hazel saplings to plant in the gardens at Lysander House offices. Tracy, and the team are always supportive with everything we organise at Badminton Place. Badminton Place will be planting more tree saplings in the local community to mark the 70th jubilee of our queen and sovereign.

Badminton Place care and nursing home have started their tree planting for the Queen’s jubilee with assistance of Avon Riding Centre, in Bristol. About the centre, for over thirty years, Avon Riding Centre has provided the positive experience and proven therapeutic benefits of horse riding to children and adults with a wide range of complex special needs. Avon Riding Centre is recognised as a ‘Centre of Excellence’ for disabled riding regionally and throughout the UK. Badminton Place will be planting more tree saplings in the local community to mark the 70th jubilee of our queen and sovereign.

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