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The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy tree planting

On Thursday 8 November, local dignitaries attended a tree planting ceremony at Care for Veterans as part of The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy.

The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy (QCC), launched in 2015, is a unique network of forest conservation initiatives, which involves all 53 countries of the Commonwealth.

The ceremony in Worthing was attended by Sir Peter Bottomley MP, High Sheriff of West Sussex, Caroline Nicholls DL, Deputy Mayor of Worthing, Hazel Thorpe, and children from Heene C of E Primary School.

The children also met with some of the resident veterans and shared words of thanks they had written especially for Remembrance Day.

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