The Platinum Jubilee Pageant

The Platinum Jubilee Pageant supported three brilliant projects that resonated with the Pageant’s values. Scroll down to see who they supported and learn more about the projects.

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The Platinum Jubilee Pageant

  56%  Brian May’s Save Me Trust

  33%  Wheels for Wellbeing

  11%  The Queen's Green Canopy

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Brian May’s Save Me Trust

UK wildlife and habitat protection by Queen guitarist Brian May’s Save Me Trust.

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Wheels for Wellbeing

An award-winning charity supporting disabled people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the benefits of cycling.

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The Queen's Green Canopy

A charitable tree planting initiative created to mark Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee, inviting people from across the UK to “Plant a Tree for the Jubilee".

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The Platinum Jubilee Pageant Projects

Three inspirational projects. Learn more about them and support them directly.

Brian May’s Save Me Trust

The Save Me Trust, by Queen guitarist Brian May and conservationist Anne Brummer, creates biodiverse habitats for native flora and fauna; targets specialist support to re-establish and maintain hedgehog and wildlife populations; and supports a life-saving wildlife hospital.

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Wheels for Wellbeing

Wheels for Wellbeing is an award-winning charity supporting Disabled people of all ages and abilities to enjoy the benefits of cycling. Their vision is for a future where Disabled people in the UK will cycle whenever and wherever they wish to – for everyday journeys, leisure or exercise – and cycle routes will be inclusive and accessible. The aim is that their work will transform attitudes to disability and ensure healthy, independent mobility for Disabled people.

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The Queen's Green Canopy

The Queen’s Green Canopy is a unique tree planting initiative created to mark Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022, which invites people from across the UK to “Plant a Tree for the Jubilee”. Everyone from individuals to Scout and Girlguiding groups, villages, cities, counties, schools and corporates is encouraged to play their part to enhance our environment by planting trees. Launched in May 2021, the Queen’s Green Canopy is making a difference in urban areas with significant canopy deprivation across the UK, and will continue throughout 2022 enabling the public to keep planting and pinning on the map to December 2022

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