Hackney plants 70 trees to commemorate 70th day of the 70th year of the Queen’s reign

Hackney has planted 70 sequoia redwood trees in Hackney Marshes to commemorate the 70th day of the 70th year of the Queen’s reign and begin the borough’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The sequoia grove of 70 coastal redwood, giant redwood and dawn redwood trees, supports the Council’s canopy cover and climate emergency targets and contributes towards the Queen’s Green Canopy, a nationwide tree planting initiative to celebrate the Jubilee. A commemorative plaque to mark the occasion has also been unveiled.

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