Trees for sacred spaces

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Trees for sacred spaces

More than 600 trees are to be planted in church yards and community gardens across the capital. Environmental action group - the Conservation Foundation is behind the 'Trees for Sacred Spaces' scheme - which was launched by The Bishop of London and the Deputy Mayor for the Environment in a bid to improve air quality and wildlife.

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