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The National Trust are joining the Woodland Trust in its search for ancient trees.

A large proportion of the woodlands the National Trust manage are sites of ancient and veteran trees. Some are likely to have links right back to the wildwood that colonised the UK following the retreat of the last ice age some 12,000 years ago.

The National Trust manages a huge number of ancient trees on its estates and is helping to collate survey records from all its sites in the UK to contribute to the Ancient Tree Hunt.

For more information about the varying properties and their historically important trees visit the National Trust website.

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