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Diamond Jubilee QEII - Jefcoate tree Battersea Park - north west corner

Tree: Diamond Jubilee QEII - Jefcoate tree

Erection date: 2012

Inscription

Black Poplar (Populus nigra betulifolia) planted in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen in 2012.
Similar trees generously donated by Roger Jefcoate CBE have been planted in every Greater London Borough.

This tree is in the borough of Wandsworth. There are 32 Greater London boroughs, and this is the first Jefcoate tree that we have come across. Possibly the others do not have stones declaring themselves.

Site: Battersea Park - north west corner (2 memorials)

SW11, Battersea Park

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Diamond Jubilee QEII - Jefcoate tree

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Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

Our picture shows Queen Elizabeth II in the River Thames Diamond Jubilee Page...

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Diamond Jubilee QEII - Jefcoate tree

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Roger Jefcoate

From The Woodland Trust: "Roger Jefcoate has spent 30 years secretly planting...

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Diamond Jubilee QEII - Jefcoate tree

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Burlington House colonnade

Even in our rather dismal photo you can see that there is a hill here, in an ...

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