Vote to crown England’s Tree of the Year 2020 - Woodland Trust

The Crouch Oak (Tess Chan)
The Crouch Oak (Tess Chan)

A sycamore laced with the shoes of jubilant students, a haunted oak bound in chains and a Hackney Plane facing the chop are just three of ten contenders for this year’s Tree of the Year title.

The Woodland Trust’s annual competition, now in its seventh year, throws the spotlight on the nation‘s best trees to help drive up interest in their value and protection. The contest, supported by players of People's Postcode Lottery, takes place across Britain, with Wales and Scotland also each to crown a winner.

Whittled down from hundreds of nominations sent in by the general public during lockdown, a shortlist of ten trees is now up for the public vote. By going online at people can choose their favourite and crown England’s Tree of the Year for 2020. Voting closes at noon on September 24.

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