Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is a world-renowned children’s hospital in London. They joined the NHS Forest in 2013 when six trees were planted on site as part of NHS Sustainability Day.

In 2022 the NHS Forest donated a Japanese maple, Acer japonicum, to the Trust to commemorate the efforts of GOSH in organising and undertaking a cycle relay to COP26 in 2021.

Staff at Great Ormond Street with their commemorative plaque and tree donated by the NHS Forest in recognition of their cycle relay to COP26. Photo: Nick Martin / CC-BY-4.0

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