Charles is patron of Queen’s Green Canopy – but what is it?
Charles is patron of the Queen’s Eco-friendly Cover (QGC), a tree-planting initiative which has been encouraging individuals to plant a tree for the Jubilee to generate a legacy in honour of the Queen.
Among the the ancient trees focused to the monarch is the atmospheric Yew framing the North Door of St Edward’s Church, Stow-on-the-Wold in Gloucestershire, which may well have encouraged JRR Tolkien’s description of the Doorways of Durin in the Lord Of The Rings trilogy, Fellowship Of The Ring.
Yet another entrant is Sir Isaac Newton’s apple tree in the orchard at Woolsthorpe Manor around Grantham, Lincolnshire, which caused the mathematician to problem why apples always fell straight down to the floor.
In Wales, the Wyesham Oak usually takes centre stage on a street bearing its name, Oak Crescent, where residents previous and existing just take delight in their link to the 1,000-calendar year-aged tree which has stood the check of time and development.
While in Northern Eire, QGC ambassador Woman Mary Peters, previous Olympic athlete and advocate for older persons to work out far more, has utilized Hazelbank Park on the shores of Belfast Lough as a area to gather walkers to market how outside areas are vital for wellness and wellbeing.