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Ancient trees and sites to visit
London and the South East

 

Listed below are some individual ancient trees of interest, together with sites where there are concentrations of ancient and other veteran trees. We have only included sites which we believe are open to the public but recommend that you check before visiting.


By Brian Muelaner

Ashdown, Berkshire

187 trees recorded including Oak, Ash, Field Maple, Beech and Lime.

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Box Hill Estate, Surrey

Old beech, oak and yew.

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Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire

This site is famous for its ancient pollards

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Photo by Brian Muelaner

Cliveden

The gardens at Cliveden include tree-lined avenues and woodlands

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Photo by Brian Muelaner

Cobham Wood

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Photo by Keith Alexander

Greenwich Park, Greater London

Sweet chestnuts.

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Hampstead Heath, North London

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Photo by John Smith

High Park Blenheim, Oxfordshire

World Heritage Site with a 600+ year old Oak, beech, former wood pasture and nearly 300 veteran trees.

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Photo by Keith Alexander

Kensington Gardens, London

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Kingley Vale, West Sussex

Many ancient yews.

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Knole Park, Kent

61 trees recorded, mainly Beech.

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Lullingstone Park

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Petworth Park

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

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Richmond Park

Richmond Park is a site of both national and international importance for wildlife conservation.

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