Wallington's Tree Donation Scheme

A large tree in leaf at Wallington, Northumberland

Buy a gift for that special person that they can keep forever with Wallington's conservation project.

Buy a gift that will last centuries

If you're looking for a gift with a difference or a treat for yourself, just £20 will buy a tree and help us restore part of the historic landscape here at Wallington.
 
We are fortunate enough to still have many of the old estate maps which show the original planting designs to the north of the house. In 2011 the Wallington Countryside Team started a project to restore elements of the 18th-century 'Pleasure Grounds' created by Sir Walter Calverley Blackett.
 
So far over 10,000 broad leaved trees of oak, lime, sycamore, beech, rowan and hawthorn have been planted, restoring four old shelter belts across Broomhouse Farm, with many being sponsored and even planted by our visitors.
 
This year we're continuing to plant hedgerow, woodland and parkland trees close to Wallington and we would love your support.
 
A donation of £20 will help us to buy and plant an individual oak, beech, lime or sycamore tree in a hedgerow or in the woodland or parkland. While it generally won't be possible for us to identify each individual tree, each sponsor will receive a certificate in recognition of their donation along with a map showing the planting sites.
 
All donations will make a real difference and have a lasting legacy and those who receive this green gift will be able to visit Wallington and see their trees grow over the years.
 
So if you are looking for a special gift that will last a hundred years please get in touch.