November 25th, 2020.

Greenhavens Network is celebrating the forthcoming National Tree Week by collaging your favourite trees in the Greenhavens - Saltdean to Seaford and up to Lewes.

Greenhavens Advisor Steven Teale took a shot of this Crack Willow (Salix fragilis) at Bishopstone. It isn't the largest of its kind locally, but it is showing some of the classic features of an ancient tree such as significant decay, rot holes and deadwood on the ground around the tree. It's girth at 1.5m and it is 3.54m high. The cattle use one of the low boughs as a scratching post  - see the bare patch of ground. 

Simply send a picture along with a description and location of the tree to

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