One of a pair of trees found at entrance to mixed woodland.
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Please ignore the Latin name which was spontaneously provided by iSpot! Tilia sp. will do.
You had me worried there - I was straight to Stace!
then, while all limes can sucker, the extensive suckering suggests Tilia x europaea. A narrow-domed crown also fits.
I thought that the leaf shape and suckering looked like a lime, but I wouldn't have described the leaves of a lime as rough to the touch - that is a marker for elms, especially Ulmus glabra. Tilia platyphyllos is distinctly hairy to the touch for much of the growing season.
Lat/Lng: 53.3852, -2.8806
OS grid ref: SJ415879
Mixed woodland with fungi. Part of original Childwall Park, estate of Bamber Gascoyne MP.