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Aldi plants 37,700 trees in Ashbourne, Co. Meath to mark new Dunshaughlin store opening this month

Posted on: 06 Aug 2021

To celebrate the upcoming opening of Aldi Dunshaughlin on Thursday, 19th August, the Dunshaughlin store staff teamed up with Green Belt and local landowner Joseph Corry to plant 37,700 trees in Ashbourne, Co. Meath.


Aldi is the first retailer in Ireland to commit to planting 1 million native Irish woodland trees by 2025 in partnership with Green Belt. The native trees will create a wildlife corridor for native species and enhance biodiversity, while also removing more than 160,000 tonnes of carbon emissions over their 100-year life span.


Located on Lagore Road, Aldi Dunshaughlin will be Aldi’s seventh store in Meath. Pictured at the site of the tree planting in Ashbourne are (L to R): Daniel Groome, Store Manager, Joseph Corry, Local Landowner and Gerard Dunne, Greenbelt.