Last weekend Maidenhead MP Theresa May attended Charvil village hall where she planted an oak tree as part of the village’s contribution to the Queen’s Green Canopy, an initiative to plant one million trees across the UK.
Last year, 52 trees were planted in Charvil as part of the canopy and this year another 255 are being planted.
The oak planted by Theresa marked the 200th tree.
Theresa commented: "I think the whole project is fantastic for the village and people have really got involved in planting so many trees. I think trees are really for everybody.
It’s appropriate that this commemorative oak is here for Her late Majesty because she loved nature so much.
She really enjoyed being out in nature and I saw that particularly at Balmoral, which she obviously loved. So it’s a very, very appropriate commemoration for her and an oak will hopefully show the same continuity and stability as her."