Tree planting campaign decided on the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s accession to the throne
Tree planting will be encouraged by British citizens to mark the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s accession to the throne, with the aim of making the country greener and paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth’s services.
Elizabeth II, 94, is the longest-serving queen in British history and is still in office. Her platinum jubilee will be celebrated in February 2022.
The UK government announced on Sunday that a four-day celebration would be held in the summer of 2022, including an additional public holiday and tree planting to mark the milestone.
The charity-based project, dubbed ‘The Queen Canopy’, aims to encourage communities, schools, councils and landowners to plant local trees so that local areas can be improved. To be made green and lush.
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson said that the current epidemic crisis has highlighted the importance of the environment and greenery and trees among the people and it will help to improve the environment as well as grow trees.
“As we prepare to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s royal assignment, I would encourage all citizens to plant trees and ask them to plant a tree to celebrate their platinum jubilee,” he said.
It may be recalled that the Queen became the head of the kingdom on February 6, 1952, after the death of her father, King George VI.