In memory of the Late Queen’s Jubilee ‘Plant a Tree’ Campaign, members of the Saddlers’ Company helped raise sufficient funds to plant a new Copse of nearly 700 native saplings at the wonderful Blenheim UNESCO Heritage Site. Visitors from the Company were kindly hosted by the Blenheim Estates team who not only took them on a tour of the parkland, but of the Queens’ Oak and the fabulous gardens. The project was delivered in partnership with the Blenheim Palace Heritage Foundation.
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Neil Kagan welcomed the Saddlers to the Urdang Centre at City, University of London where students and staff […]Learn More