Your purchase will help Blenheim plant and care for one tree, from collecting the seed, nurturing it into a sapling, tending to the growing tree and protecting it well into the future.
Your sponsored tree will be planted within our 2,000 acre World Heritage Site – which you can visit for years to come, knowing you’ve had a special part to play in its protection.
To celebrate the launch of this momentous project, we are giving you the chance to win an original painting by local artist Rod Craig. The artwork, inspired by woodland on the Blenheim Estate, is one of our four certificate designs to choose from.
Anybody sponsoring a new tree via our website from now until 5pm on Friday 25th June will be automatically entered into the prize draw. Good luck! Terms & conditions apply.
With Father’s Day fast approaching, dedicating a tree is a great way to celebrate your father figure this week.
Choose his certificate from our four styles, all beautifully designed to reflect the magnificence of the trees on our great Estate.
Order by Friday 18th June at 12 noon to receive your personalised certificate by email before Father’s Day.
Help us re-plant a woodland to benefit people, wildlife and the environment
After sponsoring a sapling through our online shop you’ll receive a personalised, limited edition certificate in your choice of design, which you may choose to print at home.
We’ve worked with local creatives to give you the choice of four certificate designs.
Our photograph design by our photographer Peter Seaward is straight from High Park, our ancient oak woodland, and showcases our oldest oak looking magnificent against blue skies.
Our Forestry Team will be hand planting every sapling across the Park. From a small acorn or seed, the new tree will be nurtured until it’s ready for planting. Then, when the time is right, it will be planted within our World Heritage Site and tended to for the rest of its life.
Planting new trees is vital to maintain the carefully-balanced ecosystem within our Park, and will make a significant impact on the environment, absorbing CO2 from the atmosphere.