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These photographs were amongst the many on display in “The Remarkable Trees of Sevenoaks” exhibition held at Knole in autumn 2014 and then repeated in the summer of 2015 at Riverhill Himalayan Gardens and Lullingstone Castle. The stunning images were taken by Keith Wade and members of the Sevenoaks Camera Club.

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A sweet chestnut in the grounds of the former Dorton House, one of several planted in 1509 in celebration of  Henry VIII’s marriage  to Katherine of Aragon (Graham Usher)

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The “Waterloo” limes in Wildernesses Avenue, commemorating The Duke of Wellington’s visit to Wildernesse House in 1815. (Patricia Jones)

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A “dancing” hornbeam in Knole Park (Keith Wade)

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A wizened face on  an  ancient sweet chestnut in St Julians Road (Keith Wade)

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Winter in Knole Park (Keith Wade)

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Lightning on The Vine (Mike Harris)

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An ancient sweet chestnut in  a private garden in Mount Harry (Robert Lee)

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The “Tudor” oak in Knole Park (Keith Wade)

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A battered “Henry VIII” sweet chestnut; one of 16 in the 16thC avenue in  Woodland Rise and Dorton Drive (Graham Usher)

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The 200 year-old sycamore in front of the entrance to Knole House, taken from the gatehouse  tower (Keith Wade)

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A magnificent copper beech  off Weald Road – one of the many trees in the town protected by Tree Preservation Orders (Sheila Sargeant)

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The Chestnut Walk, Knole Park (Colin Bowdery)

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Millpond Wood – the site of a prehistoric barrow (Ron and Janice Harding)

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“Run out!” (Keith Wade)

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Springtime in Montreal Park (Ian Menage)

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The stag’s head by the car park in Knole (Keith Wade)

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A slice of time  (Elaine Bowdery)

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Echo Mount, Knole Park (Keith Wade)