A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Leighton Park School
Change Champions

Our Change Champions students are working hard on 14 projects to make Leighton Park more sustainable, including one project to plant more trees on the Park. Our students have challenged us to think what more we can do as a community to help mitigate rising CO2 levels and work towards safeguarding a healthy planet for them to inherit. Please support this initiative by donating trees below.

 

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3 Trees

Growing the LP Grove and offsetting one month of CO2 emissions for our family. Thank you Change Champions for a simple sustainable solution.

Donated by The Martin Family, Tom, Rachael, Eleanor, Joe and Dan

23rd May 2019

16 Trees

Donated by The Reacher family

23rd May 2019

1 Tree

Donated by Budge Family

23rd May 2019

10 Trees

Donated by The Fergusons

22nd May 2019

1 Tree

May this tree hold some carbon and give us some oxygen.

Donated by Karen jackson

20th May 2019

4 Trees

A great initiative - we donate regularly to reforestation but would love to see the Caledonian Forest restored.

Donated by Arun Bright-Thomas and family

17th May 2019

5 Trees

Donated by Dominic Handley and family

17th May 2019

8 Trees

Donated by Yusuf and Zara Godall

16th May 2019

4 Trees

Donated by Sonia, Mark, Ava & Rafe Chapman

16th May 2019

4 Trees

Donated by Randall Family

15th May 2019

4 Trees

Donated by The Oke Family

15th May 2019

1 Tree

Donated by Pablo Gorostidi

14th May 2019

4 Trees

David Pacey donationApril to May - Leighton Park School Printing Offset

Donated by David Pacey

9th May 2019

1 Tree

David Pacey donationThis is my way of offsetting my commute to Leighton Park and my support for this fantastic initiative. Well done Change Champions

Donated by David Pacey

9th May 2019

7 Trees

Donated by John Burnett

8th May 2019

60 Trees

Thank you for your support, whether small or large. As a general rule of thumb, four mature trees offset one tonne of C02e. The average UK adult produces 6.5 tonnes a year.

Donated by Leighton Park School

8th May 2019

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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.
Change Champions grove
Trees in this grove: 134

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