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London Tree Forum

Categories: Gardens / Agriculture

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We cannot find anything about this group. There is a site called the Ancient Tree Forum, but it doesn't refer to this tree. The web address www.forestry.gov.uk on the plaque is that of the Forestry Commission, but likewise has no reference to the Charlton tree.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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London Tree Forum

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Charlton House mulberry tree - 2

Charlton House mulberry, said to be the first of its species planted in Engla...

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South Woodford copper beech tree

The tree is outside our photo, to the left, south, set back from the road, in...

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Other Subjects

Kensington Gardens

Kensington Gardens

Royal Parks say: "William III bought what was originally part of Hyde Park in 1689.  An asthma sufferer, the king found the location quiet and the air salubrious and so he commissioned Sir Christop...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture, Royalty

2 memorials
Quaker Gardens

Quaker Gardens

Also called Bunhill Fields Burial Ground and so easy to confuse with the non-conformist Bunhill Fields Burial Ground which is on the other side of Bunhill Row. From London Gardens Online: “Quaker ...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture, Religion

2 memorials
Bishop Henry Compton

Bishop Henry Compton

Bishop of London from 1675 to 1713. Born Warwickshire. After a period in Charles II's army he chose the church and within 5 years was made a bishop and a member of the Privy Council. His strong op...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Religion

1 memorial
Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace

The materials used in the construction of the 1861 International Exhibition were sold and re-used in this building. Named after Princess Alexandra, newly married to the Prince of Wales, opened as "...

Place, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials
Old Velho / First Jewish cemetery

Old Velho / First Jewish cemetery

From London Gardens Online : "The Sephardi Velho (Old) Cemetery opened in 1657, the first Jewish cemetery to be established with Oliver Cromwell's approval. The land was formerly part of a garden a...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials