Houses adopt new cherry trees

Houses adopt new cherry trees
Each KEHS House has adopted a newly-planted cherry tree at the front of school.

Each KEHS House has adopted a newly-planted cherry tree at the
front of school.

Our beautiful 50-acre Edgbaston site is renowned for its cherry
blossom and with the planting of the four new trees, we are looking forward to
even more colour every spring.

Beaufort, Bordeaux, Seymour and Tudor House Captains, Vice-Captains
and Heads of House gathered to lay plaques at the new trees, the locations of
which will be recorded as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy programme, which has
been launched to mark Her Majesty’s forthcoming Platinum Jubilee.

We are also pleased to have marked the arrival of the new trees during
COP26.

See photos of the plaque-laying ceremony at www.flickr.com/photos/kevihsg/albums/72157720105228299

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