A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

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With roots stretching back to 1838, COLOP UK Ltd are based in central Birmingham and are manufacturers of rubber and self-inking stamps, signs, badges and a range of personalised products.

Previously known as Mark C Brown and William Jones Clifton, the business was acquired by COLOP Austria who are one of the worlds leading manufacturers of self-inking stamps. COLOP is a well known and respected brand in the office products sector. Rubber stamps form the core part of the COLOP UK range and include Green Line, the eco friendly stamp range made from sustainable and recycled material. Green Line is CO2 neutral and has been awarded the Austrian Eco-Label. Following the increasing success of the range, we spent sometime looking for a charity partner who would offer synergy between the product, our business and our trade partners and Trees for Life are the perfect fit. One key appeal for us is that the money raised can be directly equated to a specific number of trees planted.

Sitting alongside Green Line is the Microban range which is unique in its field by having an antimicrobial treatment built in at the point of manufacture which inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria. This is especially beneficial when the same stamp has multiple users and is ideal for use in health centres, hospitals, schools etc.

Add trees to this grove

50 Trees

Money raised by customers ordering Green Line custom stamps on Friday 23rd October 2015

Donated by COLOP UK

26th October 2015

50 Trees

Donated by Colop UK

23rd April 2015

35 Trees

Donated by COLOP UK Ltd

3rd April 2014

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.
This grove in numbers
Trees in this grove: 135

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