Cera Care

corporate tree planting

Supporting tree planting across the United Kingdom for their clients

Cera care is Europe’s largest provider of digital-first home healthcare, redefining healthcare by moving more and more services out of hospitals and into people’s own homes, they are proud to be offsetting part of their carbon footprint in partnership with EFORESTS. 

Their professional carers are out on the road everyday travelling to the homes of our clients to deliver 1st class care. 

Cera Care are committed to offsetting their carbon footprint by planting a tree in dedication to their clients to celebrate special milestones or their colleagues for the important, exceptional work they deliver throughout the country. You can find out more about the important work Cera Care deliver here.

EFORESTS plant trees from the tip of Cornwall to the Scottish Highlands

Trees are fundamental to life on earth. As well as absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere – over a typical lifetime of 100 years a tree will absorb around 500 kgs of CO2, trees also improve air quality and support biodiversity and are an invaluable habitat for wildlife.

We’re planting trees in woodlands across the UK in areas where they’re most needed. Many of these sites are open to the public too.

Below are some of the sites where the Clean Air trees will be planted …

Bryn Hyfryd, Wales

Bryn Hyfryd, which means “Lovely Hill” in English, is around 10 acres of private farmland that is being transformed into a new woodland.

Bryn Hyfryd  -  Anglesey  -  North Wales
Bryn Hyfryd is a 10 acre woodland project on the Isle of Anglesey

The tree species that have been planted on the site include:

Common Elder, Crab Apple, Hazel, Scots Pine, Small Leaved Lime, Wild Cherry, Wild Pear and Yew.

To find out more about this woodland, visit the Bryn Hyfryd page.

Knoydart Peninsula, Scottish Highlands

Knoydart is Knoydart is a vast wilderness on the western coast of the Scottish Highlands.

Knoydart  -  Scottish Highlands  -  Trees In Shelters On The Hill Overlooking The Water
Newly planted trees at Knoydart. The trees are small in their first year but will soon outgrow their protective shelters.

The tree species that have been planted on the site include:

Common Alder, Sessile Oak and Scots Pine.

To find out more about this woodland, visit the Knoydart page.

Walsham Jubilee Wood, East Anglia

Walsham Jubilee Wood is a community woodland that was created during 2012 in the Suffolk village of Walsham-le-Willows.

Entrance To The Original Wild Wood  -  Walsham Jubilee Wood  -  Suffolk
The entrance to Walsham Jubilee Wood is surrounded by trees planted back in 2012. New saplings have been planted in winter 2022/23.

The tree species that have been planted on the site include:

Bird Cherry, Common Alder, Common Buckthorn, Crab Apple, Field Maple, Guelder Rose, Hawthorn, Hornbeam.

To find out more about this woodland, visit the Walsham Jubilee Wood page.


Can I visit my tree? When will it be planted? How big are the trees when they’re planted?

Answers to these questions and many more are available on the Frequently Asked Questions page, which gives you helpful tips about your tree and visitor guidance.