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Tree O'Clock

To help celebrate National Tree Week, BBC Learning has teamed up with Guinness World Records for Tree O'Clock – a nationwide challenge to plant as many trees as possible within a single hour, uniting the nation in an event which will provide a lasting legacy and an amazing learning opportunity for all ages.

At 11.00am on Saturday 5 December everyone is invited to join in and "do one thing" for nature by simply planting a tree and, in doing so, learn the benefits of planting the right tree in the right place.

For a limited time only and while stocks last, Breathing Places is giving away trees to get people involved in the world record event on a first come first served basis – one per household.

You can get your free tree from 10 Forestry Commission visitor centres as well as other outlets.


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