Tree of Thanks

Come and see our Tree of Thanks.

From late October until 12th November, in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, we will once again erect our Tree of Thanks which will stand proudly alongside the Field of Remembrance. Created by sculptor Jane Baker, the tree is a symbol of Scotland’s gratitude to our Armed Forces community.

Help our tree bloom.

Adorning our Tree of Thanks with as many Hearts as possible is such a wonderful way to honour our Armed Forces community and to show our support for ex-Servicemen and ex-Servicewomen and those who are currently serving.

If you’d like to help us bring the branches of our Tree of Thanks to life, please click here to request your pack. Or you can click here to choose a message and donate online.

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