Free trees for schools and groups

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Free trees are up for grabs for community groups and schools to grow their own history as part of First World War commemorations.

More than 3,500 trees have already been given away in Nottinghamshire, and now the Woodland Trust is giving away more saplings to community groups and schools who want to create a lasting legacy for those involved in the War and improve their local area.

Trees are available to schools and local groups, such as Scouts, Guides, sports clubs and parish councils, who can apply for a pack via the Woodland Trust website until Thursday 4 September 2014.

Packs will be delivered in November containing native, UK-grown saplings.