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TREES IN ROTHLEY PARK NOS. 100, 362-400

The largest tree in Rothley is Tree 100, an Oak, with a girth of 24 feet 8 inches. Close to the old Rothley Temple at the end of Thomas Babington's Carriageway Site 222. There are many ancient trees in Rothley Park, especially oaks.

As you take a journey through the ancient trees of Rothley Park you will also find great sadness as many superb trees were cut down. This destruction took place in 2008.

To check on the measurement and OS Ref for these trees please click on the following link:

Tree 100 March 2005

Tree 100 August 2002

Trees 362, 100, 363 February 2005

Tree 364 February 2005

Trees 364 and 365 February 2005

Tree 366 February 2005

Tree 367 February 2005

Tree 368 February 2005

Tree 369 February 2005

Tree 370 February 2005

Tree 371 February 2005

Tree 372 February 2005

Tree 373 February 2005

Tree 374 February 2005

Trees 374, 374 and 376 February 2005

Trees 373-376 February 2005

Trees 376 and 377 February 2005

Tree 378 March 2005

Tree 378 March 2005

Trees 379, 380 and 382 February 2005

Tree 381 February 2005

Tree 383 February 2005

Tree 384 February 2005

Tree 385 February 2005

Tree 386 February 2005

Tree 387 February 2005

Tree 388 February 2005

Tree 389 February 2005

Stump 390 February 2005

Stump 391 March 2005

Tree 392 February 2005

Tree 393 February 2005

Tree 394 February 2005

Trees 395 and 397 February 2005

Tree 396 February 2005

Tree 398 February 2005

Tree 399 February 2005

Tree 400 February 2005

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