Sponsor a tree

Tortworth is home to over 600 trees and every single one needs our special care and attention to thrive. If you have a favourite tree which you would like to sponsor to mark a special celebration or remember a loved one, please get in touch.

No matter your budget, tree sponsorship is a great way to support our restoration work. Tree sponsorship ranges from £50 to £1000 for our rare or champion trees which are of great significance regionally and nationally.

Your sponsorship will be marked with a special plaque by the tree and on the Collection Notes online.

What’s included

  • The choice of one of our specimen trees
  • A dedicated blog post about the tree, including a special commemoration note or your company logo and website link
  • A special commemoration note or your company logo and website link on our tree listings website
  • Thank you Instagram & Twitter posts once a year, with facts about the tree
  • Free entry to our visitor days for the duration of the sponsorship

What you are sponsoring

  • The maintenance and care, including weeding, watering, mulching and regular inspections
  • A shiny new champion tree label (if applicable)
  • The running of our projects and our volunteer days
  • Our restoration work and the rare or champion trees which are of great significance regionally and nationally

How it works

  1. Browse the tree collection online and choose a tree
  2. Complete the order form, letting us know which tree you’d like to sponsor
  3. We will get in touch to collect details and arrange payment in advance
  4. We will write a blog post about the tree and the sponsorship including a special commemoration note or your company logo and website link. Your details will also be added to our collection pages
  5. Once a year we will drop you a thank you on social media, along with a few facts about the tree species
  6. With free entrance to our visitor days, you can come and visit your chosen tree and watch it flourish!

Prefer to plant a new tree?

Choose from our list of trees and help us maintain the arboretum for future generations to enjoy