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Ancient Trees & Sites to Visit
East of England

There are several individual ancient trees of interest, treescapes, and famous old trees in the East of England.

All these sites are open to the public and we have chosen these as demonstration sites of good management practice. Many have large concentrations of ancient trees but some may be individual trees within already well known sites.


Photo by Reg Harris

Aspal Close, Mildenhall, Suffolk

There are around 200 oak pollards on this wood pasture site.

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Photo by Brian Muelaner

Blickling, Norfolk

133 trees recorded including Oak, Beech, Small Leaf Lime and Sweet Chestnut.

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By Brian Muelaner

Felbrigg Park, Norfolk

261 trees recorded including Oak and Felbrigg Beech pollards, and Sweet Chestnut.

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Helmingham Park, Suffolk

There are many ancient and veteran oaks at Helmingham Park, some up to 900 years old. An oak avenue leading up to the front drive was planted in about 1680.

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Ickworth oaks by Brian Muelaner

Ickworth Park, Suffolk

Oaks.

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Melford Ancient oak pollards by Brian Muelaner

Melford, Suffolk

43 trees recorded including Oak, Mulberry and Judas tree.

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Photo by Brian Muelaner

Sheringham, Norfolk

99 trees recorded including Oak, Beech, Ash and champion Scots Pine.

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