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Two men in court over Sycamore Gap tree felling Evening Standard00:10 15-May-24
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Latest news on the Sycamore Gap, a famous landmark in Northumberland, England, where a solitary sycamore tree stands in a dip between two sections of Hadrian's Wall. The tree was about 300 years old and has been featured in several films, TV shows, and music videos. It was also one of the most photographed trees in the country and a popular spot for stargazing.

The tree was cut down by vandals on September 28, 2023, causing outrage and sadness among the public. A 16-year-old boy was arrested in connection with the incident and released on bail. Some experts have suggested that the tree could be saved and regrown, but it would take decades to restore its former glory.


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