STUDLEY Garden Centre is calling on the community to celebrate the ascension of the new monarch by getting involved with nature.
The store will donate a suitably royal tree from the garden centre to a group, garden, charity or hospice which has gone above and beyond through trying times.
The winner will plant the tree in the chosen space.
Local groups can be nominated and once nominations are in, they will be selected by the British Garden Centres’ team.
Entries close on April 27 and the winner will be announced on April 30.
Trees will need to be collected before May 8 to be planted as part of The Big Help Out.
The store will also invite Studley schools to take part in a cake designing competition.
From Union Flag designs to a cake version of Windsor Castle, children are invited to draw whatever their imagination allows.
The competition will close on May 3 with the winner receiving a gardening and baking-themed hamper and a £100 British Garden Centres gift card.
Robin Doran, manager of Studley Garden Centre said: “We want to bring the community together for our new King Charles III and Queen Camilla.
“CelebraTree will recognise the hardworking groups and individuals which make our community what it is and plant a tree that will benefit future generations.
“And what is a coronation party without cake?
“We can’t wait to see children’s designs and bring them to life, creating a cake worthy of a place in the bake-off final.”
Visit britishgardencentres.com/celebratree/ to nominate a community group.
Visit britishgardencentres.com/coronation-cake-competition/ to submit a cake design.