George Adam, MSP for Paisley, said: “Trees4Scotland is making fantastic progress in restoring Scotland’s native woodland. This project, along with the involvement of local young people, will help to promote appreciation of the country’s natural habitat. Once again Glasgow Airport is playing its part in being a responsible member of Renfrewshire’s community.”
Below is a selection of photos of the event. Incidentally the trees planted are Whitebeam from the same family as the rowan. The rowan was the most appropriate tree to plant at the airport as it is known as the traveler’s tree in Celtic mythology.
We hope that if you happen to visit Glasgow Airport that you will also take a moment visit the trees!