Free Trees for London's community groups and schools delivered in time for National Tree Week

Apply for your free tree planter pack from The Conservation Volunteers and the Mayor of London 

The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) are pleased to be working with the Mayor of London to give away over 30,000 trees for London this autumn. And we’re asking Londoners to get involved. We’d like community groups and schools to apply for free tree planter packs for local green spaces, housing estates and playgrounds where they have permission from the landowner to plant trees. 

The packs contain a mixture of UK species, specially chosen by us to complement London’s native plant and animal life. 

Over the long term, these trees will create shade and shelter and help to cool our heating capital city. 

There are three different packs to choose from, each containing 50 trees. They’re small, beautiful, and easy to plant, making them perfect for communal green space. 

Trees will be delivered between 21 and 25 November, ready for National Tree Week which runs from 26 November – 4 December

There’ll also be an opportunity to have trees delivered between 20-24 February 2023 before this year’s tree planting season ends. 

If you’re new to planting, unsure which trees to choose or want advice on running a community planting event, we can help. 

Contact trees@tcv.org.uk with any questions. 

To order a Tree Planter pack and find out more, go to Community Tree Packs From The Mayor Of London And TCV and complete the form. Applications will be confirmed within 7 days

Please note there are also 4 FREE fruit trees for primary schools, full information can be found on From the Ground Up | TCV website