Celebrating 100 years in the UK
State Bank of India has sponsored a tree in Lowlands Recreation Ground in Harrow, to celebrate 100 Years of the State Bank of India operating in the UK. (1921-2021).
State Bank of India (SBI) is a multinational public sector bank with branches in 36 countries, and
SBI is the largest Indian bank in the UK, with branches in Coventry, Birmingham, London, Leicester, Manchester, and Wolverhampton.
The Harrow branch has been open for 3 years.
A year-round show
Branch manager Arun was able to watch the tree being planted in the Spring, and is delighted with the Field Maple that has been planted in Lowlands Rec, near to the bank’s Harrow branch.
This tree will give year-round colour as well as providing shade and a home for wildlife. It’s a tough variety that’s resilient to drought and pollution, making it an ideal choice for this park location.
It’s great to see businesses investing in their local community, and Arun is naturally proud of the contribution SBI is making to tree planting in the area.
Give something back to your community
Sponsoring street trees is the perfect way to give back to your community. You can demonstrate your company’s commitment to the environment whilst making a difference to the lives of people in your local area.
Street trees do so much for us:
- Keep streets and buildings cool
- Absorb pollution
- Provide shade on sunny days
- Create habitats for wildlife
- Reduce littering and fly-tipping
- Encourage calm and careful driving
…and generally make our neighbourhoods better places to live.
With street trees you can leave your company’s mark in the community for years to come. Contact us to find out how to get involved.