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Fantastic Forests

The Woodland Trust have a vision of a UK rich in native woods for all of us to enjoy

Players of People's Postcode Lottery have supported the vital work of the Woodland Trust since 2010, raising over £8.9 Million in that time!

The charity's vision is a UK rich in native woods and trees, for people and wildlife. Support from our players is helping them deliver this worthy goal. Beccy Speight, Chief Executive at Woodland Trust, said, "I'd like to say a massive thank you to each and every player of People's Postcode Lottery for your ongoing support of our work. In the last year you've helped us achieve so much including planting nearly one million trees and engaging communities across Great Britain through our Free Tree Packs scheme.

"We've celebrated trees with fabulous stories to tell with Tree of the Year. We've engaged more than 35,000 school children in outdoor education with the Green Tree Schools Award. We've stood up for Street Trees. So many of us have been captivated by the challenges facing our osprey pair at Loch Arkaig thanks to our Osprey Cam. And we've improved the facilities at lots of our sites across Britain making visiting these woods the best experience possible. Thank you!"

Find out more about the Woodland Trust and see the campaigns the charity are undertaking.

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