British Indian Jewish Association has planted 7 trees!

As a charity founded in 1996, we bring together British Indians and British Jews in a spirit of friendship. We believe that our relationship together has a positive impact on wider society. One of our strands of work is social action whether it be food relief, countering Covid or green projects. We wanted to plant trees for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Working in partnership with Friends of Canons Park and Harrow Council, we planted seven trees in Canons Park, one for each of the decades of the Queen’s reign. As communities, we are rooted in our identity, and grow upwards and outwards, recognising our role as active and proud British citizens.

Number of Trees Planted: 7
Date Planted: 06/03/2022