People from around Warwickshire gathered today on a cold field in Rugby to plant their place in history.
As part of a national project, 60 acres of Rugby will become known as a 'Diamond Wood' to commemorate the Queen's jubilee.
The Diamond Wood project in Rugby is one of 60 new public areas being created as part of the Woodland Trust's Jubilee Woods Project, which has marked the Queen's 60 years on the throne.
The planting is taking place on land bordered by Ashlawn Road and Onley Lane.
It's hoped that hundreds of trees will be planted today, with local schools getting green-fingered during the week.