Tree planting fund opens to commemorate the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III

Applications are open now to support local authorities to plan thousands of trees across the country

Applications opened on 22 August and county, unitary, metropolitan, London borough, district and city local authorities in England can apply for grants between £10,000 – £50,000. Projects eligible for funding will cover:

  • Coronation Micro Woods: to plant miniature areas of woodland in urban areas using rapid establishment techniques, involving careful soil preparation to rapidly plant dense native woodlands that are usually the size of a tennis court
  • Coronation Community Orchards: to provide grants for local people and groups to establish community orchards

Read more in the GOV.UK news story: Thousands of trees to be planted to mark the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III.

The fund will be open for five weeks from Tuesday 22 August to Monday 26 September, with the deadline for clarification questions on Tuesday 19 September. Read guidance on how to apply for the Coronation Living Heritage Fund.

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