The Woodland Trust are good friend’s of ours here at Kingfisher and we recently worked on their WW1 commemoration signs. These signs were printed on wood to create a rustic and realistic look for their campaign. Not only are they great for the theme, they are durable and work well for the location and situation.
The campaign the Woodland Trust are working on involves the 100 year anniversary of the war and the initiative to plant more than a million trees to create four new Centenary woods across the UK.
The project will showcase the part women had to play in the war with a special stand at the Women’s Institute Centennial Fair. The WI was developed during the first world war so the most fitting tribute too. The Fair will be held during the 3-6 September and is the peak of the celebration of 100 years of inspiring women.
The event will feature a host of seminars and guest speakers, including BBC journalist Kate Adie. Kate is also championing our own First World War project in creating beautiful native woodland as a living legacy.