A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
The SUBU Staff Groovy Grove
All the staff at the Students' Union at Bournemouth University (SUBU)
10 December 2014

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

We send a lot of Christmas cards in SUBU, and we also use a lot of paper each year. We only use recycled paper, but hopefully our grove will help us make just a little bit more balance in the world for all this paper flying around.


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Donated by Sam Cox

3rd November 2016

Happy Christmas SUBU! Enjoy your new tree for 2015 Yuletide! :)

Donated by Joff

11th December 2015

SUBU saving the world! Cute gang!

Donated by Ellie Mayo-Ward

1st December 2015

Happy Birthday Emma! Hope you like the tree we bought you! :)

Donated by The SUBU Activities Team

26th February 2015

Happy Christmas everyone! From the SUBU Groovy Grove inaugural donators/planters - Joff, Kim, Barbara, Emma S, Ross, Jane and Alan J.

10th December 2014

Being ethical and environmental is important to us at SUBU. In fact it is one of our core values. The staff of SUBU are always really conscious of just how much paper we have to use as part of our normal work, and we already do lots of things to mitigate this - mainly through only using recycled paper. This year we thought it would be a good idea to try and do something a little more to rebuild our environment and to help the world grow a little. We are delighted to start our grove of trees in the Highlands and look forward to adding to our grove lots in the future.

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Your grove of trees

The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
All the staff at the Students' Union at Bournemouth University (SUBU)'s grove
Trees in this grove:
15

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