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Midlands housebuilder supports The National Forest initiative

Midlands-based housebuilder Davidsons Homes is urging people to join them in supporting a recent request by The National Forest.

The regional housebuilder has donated 20 trees, to help the charity to reach their goal of planting 9 million trees – with less than 34,980 left to be supported.

For more than 25 years The National Forest Company charity have been working to create and grow the National Forest across 200 square miles of central England, making it accessible to all and providing a lasting benefit for generations to come.

The forest spans across parts of Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Staffordshire and aims to link the two ancient Forests of Charnwood and Needwood.

Stephanie King, Sales Director for Davidsons Homes, said: “We were only too happy to help with this donation.

“We’re very supportive of what The National Forest is doing and trying to achieve as it will enhance the area for everyone.

“It’s very important to us to support the communities in the areas that we’re building in and the beauty of this project is that everyone can get involved.

“Hopefully others will pledge a tree or two and The National Forest will reach its goal which we can all enjoy for years to come.”

Davidsons Homes currently has two developments which benefit from being close to The National Forest – at Tudor Rise in Ashby de le Zouch and at Spires View in Blackfordby.

The housebuilder has furthered its pledge to The National Forest by encouraging its staff to get involved and is also providing an official map of the National Forest to each household moving into the two developments between April and December 2019 so residents can make the most of the forest on their doorstep.

To find out how you can help The National Forest, more information can be found at https://www.nationalforest.org/shop/dedicate-tree.

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