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Sycamore Gap tree case sent to Crown Court as damage valued at more than £620,000

  • Daniel Graham, 38, and Adam Carruthers, 31, are in court for damaging the iconic Sycamore Gap tree in Northumberland, worth over £5,000, owned by the National Trust.
  • District judge deems the case too serious for magistrates' court and requires it to go to crown court, involving damage to Hadrian's Wall and a tree valued at £622,191.
  • The damage cost to the tree was determined using the CAVAT tool to assess compensation needed for replacement.
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