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by general shape most likely Q.robur but can't say for sure without seeing other details such as leaves
Q. rober one of the nay ancient trees there. c 200 years old. Bath Hills is a very ancient site I will be leading a Wild Flower Society meeting here in the spring. see the web site for details
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Hi Beccles Nature. Thanks for your help in identifying my observations! That is a beautiful tree.
Lat/Lng: 52.47220063181, 1.4227294921875
OS grid ref: TM325915
Adjacent to woodland and arable.