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The event was exceptionally well supported and as a result, the Woodland Trust received £693 to help support their conservation and sustainability campaigns such as The Big Climate Fight Back and its Emergency Tree Plan for the UK.

Visitors and performers at the Wild Night Lip-Sync Battle at Popcorn were able to watch, dance, and mime to music whilst a presentation of slides behind the stage educated them on ways in which they can help our planet. Those who bought raffle tickets entered in a chance to win fabulous eco-friendly donations from various stores and restaurants around the city of Chester.

Student Baylee Mueller of the Conserve Events Team said: “This night meant so much to us. We have worked so hard to put together an entertaining and educational night for all University of Chester students. Thank you to every performer and volunteer that helped make this night so amazing and a special thank you to Popcorn for providing a gorgeous venue for the night!”

A spokesperson at the Woodland Trust said: “We really value each of our fundraisers who so generously give their time and effort to help raise money for the Trust. The money raised helps us towards our aim of achieving a UK rich in native woods and trees for people and wildlife.

“They give us so much support which enables us to protect, restore and plant native trees and woods across the UK. The contribution made by fundraisers should not be underestimated. They are passionate and hardworking and their efforts make such a big difference.”

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