Bee Local Magazine Plants A Tree… Well 10 actually

National Tree Week – November 27, 2021 – December 5, 2021

Image of an oak tree with the caption Bee Local Magazine will plant a tree for every edition printed
Bee Local will plant a tree for every edition printed

It is only a small thing but Bee Local Magazine will be planting a tree with the National Trust for every edition we print. That’s 10 trees a year. The National Trust have an aim to plant and establish 20 million trees by 2030.

Bee Local Magazine is produced on a minimum of 70% FSC wood or recycled material.

FSC certifies forests all over the world to ensure they meet the highest environmental and social standards. Products made with wood and paper from FSC forests are marked with our ‘tick tree’ logo. When you see this logo, you can be confident that buying it won’t mean harming the world’s forests.

You can also help. Please pass on your copy of Leighton Buzzard’s favourite community magazine to someone who doesn’t receive it and then be sure to add to your recycle bin when it reaches the end of its life.

Have you read the latest edition? You can find the latest edition is here Read Bee Local Magazine Leighton Buzzard

In case you didn’t know:-

Bee Local prints and delivers 19000 copies every edition to homes in Leighton Buzzard and surrounding villages. It is a truly local magazine, run by local people and sharing local news as well as featuring lots of local events and businesses that make our area so great. You can find out about advertising or getting your news into Bee Local Magazine here

Find out more about National Tree Week for those of you that remember National Tree Week started out as Plant A Tree in ’73 as a response to Dutch Elm disease, if I remember correctly there was also “plant some more in 74” but that could just be me making it up.

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Andrena Carden-White is the editor/owner of Bee Local Magazine. The magazine was founded in 2012. Use the contact page to get in touch.

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