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Premier shows how ‘tree’mendous its customers really are!

Through its Carbon Capture Scheme, Premier Paper has, to date, raised more than £500,000 for the Woodland Trust.

Premier plants a further 1,000 trees, to boost woodland growth and combat tree disease

The Premier Paper Group has held the latest of its successful tree planting action days in conjunction with the Woodland Trust at the Pullabrook Wood in the Bovey Valley National Nature Reserve.

Premier gets a Double A grade

The Premier Paper Group, the UK’s largest independent paper merchant, has announced that it has become a stockist of the Double A brand of office papers.

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Premier plants a further 1,000 trees, to boost woodland growth and combat tree disease

Premier plants a further 1,000 trees, to boost woodland growth and combat tree disease March 2017 - The Premier Paper Group has held the latest of its successful tree planting action days in conjunction with the Woodland Trust at the Pullabrook Wood in the Bovey Valley National Nature Reserve.

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Premier plants a further 5,000 trees, as it continues to help new woodland growth

Premier plants a further 5,000 trees, as it continues to help new woodland growth December 2016 - The Premier Paper Group has held the latest of its successful tree planting action days, where some 5,000 new sapling trees were planted by customers, staff and students at the Woodland Trust-owned Heartwood Forest in Hertfordshire.

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Premier plants over 800 trees, helping to grow and regenerate forest woodland

Premier plants over 800 trees, helping to grow and regenerate forest woodland April 2016 - Premier Paper teamed up with over 30 of its customers and staff, who, together with Woodland Trust Scotland, helped to plant over 800 trees at North Wood.

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Premier plants 2,500 trees, helping to grow the UK’s largest continuous new native woodland

Premier plants 2,500 trees, helping to grow the UK’s largest continuous new native woodland November 2015 - The Premier Paper Group, the UK’s largest independent paper merchant with a nationwide network of regional stock holding branches, held another mega day of tree planting action earlier this month, where customers and staff joined forces to plant some 2,500 trees at a site in rural Hertfordshire.

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Top Tips for Tree Planting

Top Tips for Tree Planting November 2015 - With only two days to go until the 2015 Carbon Capture Tree Planting Day; we're sharing some of the Woodland Trust's top tips to remember when planting trees.

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Premier to plant 3,000 trees, adding to the UK’s largest continuous new native woodland

Premier to plant 3,000 trees, adding to the UK’s largest continuous new native woodland October 2015 - The Premier Paper Group, the UK’s largest independent paper merchant with a nationwide network of regional stock holding branches, has announced that it is planning another mega day of tree planting action this year, where it is looking to plant some 3,000 trees at a site in rural Hertfordshire.

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Premier Paper offers Carbon Capture® initiative to customers

Premier Paper offers Carbon Capture® initiative to customers July 2015 - The Premier Paper Group has announced that it is now offering its customers the chance to become a Carbon Capture® Certified Company, with Purely Digital being the first to take advantage of the new environmental initiative.

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Tree of the week: Osier

Tree of the week: Osier March 2015 - Common osier, or willow, (Salix viminalis) is a deciduous broadleaf tree native to the UK, Europe and western Asia.

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Premier Paper launches Woodland Trust Office Paper

Premier Paper launches Woodland Trust Office Paper October 2014 - The Premier Paper Group has announced the launch of a new paper for November 2014, Woodland Trust Office Paper 'The Paper that Plants Trees'.

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Tree of the week: Wych Elm

Tree of the week: Wych Elm October 2014 - The tree of the week is the Wych Elm (ulmus glabra), a deciduous broadleaf tree that is native to the UK and much of Europe.

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