Bristol Tree of the Year 2018
There were eleven candidates proposed by local groups and individuals. Voting has now closed and the winner will be announced on
the Bristol Tree Forum
The Cotham Walrus Tree submitted by Walrustrinianism (The Walrus Tree Religion).
The Walrus tree is located in the boundary wall of 31 Cotham Road, BS6 6DW. A place
of worship for 'Walrustrinians' a small group of children (and one adult) from a
This is one of the few remaining large trees from the old Filwood area,
pre-development. If it was removed, it would be a great loss to the community, apart
from its en ...
Downs Hawthorn submitted by The Friends of the Downs.
Situated on the Downs close to Bakers Path and Ladies Mile, this magnificent tree
is one of the last of the veteran hawthorns for which the Downs was famous in 1900.
This remarkable oak tree is one of the biggest in Bristol, yet it is the least well
known. The jaw-dropping Sessile oak mirrors every child-like image of an ancient oak
The giant London plane tree that dominates an area of Brislington's Nightingale
Valley is, together with the nearby packhorse bridge, one of the features that help
This tree is a gem for children. A brilliant example of a dead tree, yet with
lots of meaning to wildlife and community, and maybe especially to children in the
park. T ...
We are an informal community group of 864 local residents. With so many rare,
notable, veteran trees at Stoke Lodge it was very hard for the community to choose
just on ...
This tree is one of the oldest trees in Hermitage Woods. Whenever we hold an event
as Friends of Stoke Park and pass by the tree the children on the event are
The tree is in the new development site around Temple Meads. It is bordered on one
side by Portwall Lane East and on the other by Temple Gate which turns into
This tree is outside my home and is one of the biggest trees this area. It looks beautiful, strong and old. The tree is so tall it towers above the houses. History unknown. ...
The Seven Sisters submitted by The Bristol Naturalists' Society.
Our choice is not one tree but a formation of trees: The Seven
Sisters were planted in 1871, nine years after the foundation of the Bristol
Naturalists’ Society in ...