Group   

London Tree Forum

Categories: Gardens / Agriculture

Group

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

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
London Tree Forum

Creations i

Charlton House mulberry tree - 2

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

Read More

South Woodford copper beech tree

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

Read More

Other Subjects

Cobley Farm / Fallow Farm

Cobley Farm / Fallow Farm

First documented in 1674, at its largest the farmland was bounded by High Road, Ballards Lane, Long Lane, Squire's Lane.  The Cobley family owned it from 1680 to 1902 when it was sold, the building...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture, Property

1 memorial
Thomas Stephen Dulley

Thomas Stephen Dulley

Trustee of the Putney Pest House Charity, 1862. Thomas Stephen Dulley was born in 1821 in Putney, the fifth of the eleven children of Henry Dulley (1771-1846) and Tomzon Dicker Dulley née Stephens...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Politics & Administration, Social Welfare

1 memorial
The Crown Estate

The Crown Estate

Their plaques have an 'R' representing Regent Street which is a Crown Estate website for promoting Regent Street as a shopping destination. 

Group, Gardens / Agriculture, Property

3 memorials
David Ashmore

David Ashmore

At the time of his death Ashmore was a landscape architect involved in the creation of Burgess Park, living at Lordship Lane, SE22, single, aged 20-30. See Geoffrey Mills for details. Andrew Behan...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, Tragedy

1 memorial
Cypress Oak

Cypress Oak

Rather than risk life and limb in trying to get to the central reservation, we have borrowed a photograph. The latin name Quercus Robur translates as 'hardy oak'. The cultivar 'Fastigiata' is diffe...

Place, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial