Jubilee Trees for Norfolk scheme
Who can apply
Anyone in Norfolk can apply for the scheme. For example, you might be an individual resident, landowner, part of a community group or business.
You need to make sure you either:
- Own the land you plan to plant on
- Have land management responsibility or have landowner permission
The location of your trees is important. You must be able to confirm you have the space for the trees. The application form has an interactive map so you can mark where you'll plant them.
You can apply as part of a residents’ association if you want to divide the bundle between different sites. Or you might want to divide a pack between you and your neighbours or another group. For example, if you don’t have enough room in your garden. Again, you'll need to specify in your application where you're planning to plant each tree.
If you are applying on behalf of a group, let us know in your application form.
You should not separate orchard packs. They have been carefully selected to have partner trees to help with pollination.