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Free trees for Londoners thanks to the Woodland Trust and Mayor of London

Free tree ballot
The Woodland Trust are running a ballot to give away two free trees per winner as part of National Tree Week in November

The Mayor of London has 30,000 trees to give away to 15,000 Londoners next month. The trees come us a duo, a rowan tree and a wild cherry tree which are great for wildlife as well as absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

It’s super easy to enter the ballot just fill in your details on the website here to be in the chance of winning!

Winners will be sent the trees ready to be planted during National Tree Week (27 November – 1 December) and the Big Climate Fight Back. If you don’t manage to win the trees you can always take part in a tree planting campaign, find your closest one using this map.

The ballot is now open and you have until 12pm on 11 November to enter so what are you waiting for!

Lauren works for a public health charity, has been vegetarian for 11 years (newly vegan this year) and volunteers for an animal charity in her spare time. Her favourite eco product is the Face Halo.

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