GREEN-FINGERED estate agents planted 15 trees to reduce its impact on the planet and make a difference in the community by joining in Planting Our Future run by Solihull Council.
To mark National Tree Week, which ran from November 26 to December 2, staff from Knowle-based Esther Broomhall and Partners joined the council to plant standard Oak, White Beam, Birch, Maple, Hawthorn and Cherry trees across the borough, including Copt Heath Drive in Knowle.
The new trees will protect nature, create wildlife hubs and also ensure that Solihull remains a leafy suburb for future generations to enjoy.
In addition to these trees, the estate agents have also planted 15 trees as part of The Queens Green Canopy and these trees will be planted in schools and urban areas to honour her Majesty’s name and to benefit future generations across the United Kingdom.
Esther Broomhall from Esther Broomhall and Partners said: “We understand how important it is to protect the future of the next generation and we all need to make a difference to our planet to prevent global warming, ensure we protect natural habitats so nature can thrive and help reduce our carbon footprint.
“By supporting this local initiative means we are giving something back and making a positive impact in our community and supporting The Queen’s Green Canopy means we are honouring Her Majesty and also giving something back on a national level too.”