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Man 'devastated' after National Trust removes sapling near Sycamore Gap

  • The National Trust has removed a sapling planted near Hadrian's Wall, a protected World Heritage Site, due to the site's regulations. The sapling was planted as a tribute to an iconic sycamore tree that was cut down by an unknown person, leading to an outpouring of sadness and anger.
  • The National Trust is working with the person who planted the sapling to find an appropriate location within the local area for replanting. They encourage anyone who wants to pay tribute to the original tree to speak to them first.
  • Future plans for the site and the iconic Sycamore Gap tree are being made by the National Trust, Northumberland National Park, and other partners. Once the plans are finalized, the public will be informed about the next steps.
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