Emma's Diary and the Woodland Trust have teamed up to offer a very special way to celebrate babies born during Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee year.
The Woodland Trust is creating 460 acres of new woodland at its flagship Diamond Wood site in heart of the National Forest in Leicestershire, and a grove is to be dedicated to little ones born during this very special year.
New mums and dads, grandparents, aunts and uncles are being given the chance be a part of this and dedicate one or more of the new trees to the new born in their life; a special gift that will grow with the baby.
Every £20 donated will plant a new tree; the baby will receive a certificate with personal words of dedication and details of how to find the wood. The tree will also be included in the Royal Record of tree planting for the Jubilee.
The Emma's Diary Jubilee will have just 10,000 trees, and with over 600,000 births in England and Wales alone, this will be a very exclusive gift.
The flagship Diamond Wood is the pinnacle of the Trust's Jubilee Woods Project, its biggest tree-planting campaign ever, which aims to help people up and down the UK come together to plant six million trees.
This ambitious project, under the patronage of HRH The Princess Royal, will help to create hundreds of Jubilee Woods and 60 Special Diamond Woods.