Below are some of the organisations with whom we collaborate, or share or gather information:

Sevenoaks District Council (Tree Protection Orders)
Sevenoaks Town Council (Council woodlands)
Kent County Council (Countryside Access)
TCV: “The Conservation Volunteers” (volunteer to be part of the Kent Heritage Tree Project to find and measure Heritage Trees, or to help them plant 23,000 new trees in Kent)
The Tree Council (the UK’s lead charity for trees)
The Tree Register (over 200,000 notable trees recorded, including Champion Trees)
The National Trust (with hundreds of superb native and specimen trees in their many properties locally)
The Forestry Commission (the government department responsible for the protection and expansion of Britain’s forests and woodlands)
The Woodland Trust (a mine of information, and campaigners to protect our trees, especially our ancient ones, and to establish a National Tree Register)
Ancient Tree Forum (“Championing the biological, cultural and heritage value of our ancient trees”)

CPRE (see www.protectkent.org.uk and read “Kent Voice” for local news and issues).

Contact them for more information; search their databases and explore the maps to discover more about the many notable trees in our area.

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The accommodating wall of St Nicholas’ church   Autumn glory in the heart of town