Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s Wolseley Centre is giving people the opportunity to keep memories alive with a new giving tree
The copper giving tree is situated inside the centre’s entrance and will soon be adorned with personalised brass oak leaves. This unique piece of art offers a personalised way for people to record and share their memories.
Suitable for all occasions the tree can be used to mark significant events in a person or families life. This could be a milestone birthday, anniversary, birth or remembering a loved one.
The Trust’s Fundraising and Membership Manager, James Dennison said:
“Owning a personalised leaf on the giving tree is a great way for people to keep memories alive while showing their love and support of The Wolseley Centre and the work of the Trust.
“Not only will the leaves tell a story of our visitors but it also raise funds towards the vital conservation work we carry out across the county.”
The individually engraved leaves will be priced from £75. The leaves will be hung on the tree for a minimum of 12 months, after this they will be sent to the owner to keep.
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s HQ, the Wolseley Centre, is one of the county’s hidden gems and it’s completely free to visit. It is situated near Rugeley on the A51.