An Epping Forest pub is helping turn one million cups of coffee into a million trees.

The King’s Head in Chipping Ongar is among the Oakman Group pubs planting one tree for each cup of coffee sold, which reached one million trees in a year.

The planting is achieved in collaboration with tree-nation, a not-for-profit aiming to create jobs and protect biodiversity around the world, with King's Head trees being planted in Madagascar and Tanzania.

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Almost 450 hectares of land, or 630 football pitches, was reforested from selling around 2,500 cups of coffee per day across 40 pubs and hotels.

Epping Forest Guardian: The King's HeadThe King's Head (Image: Oakman Group)

Tree-nation CEO Maxime Renaudin said: “Congratulations to everyone at Oakman as well as all their customers who are changing the world, one coffee at a time."

Epping Forest Guardian: Tree-nation plantingTree-nation planting (Image: Tree-nation)