Sycamore Gap Just Giving Campaign
September 29, 2023
Devastation after Sycamore Gap Tragedy : Just Giving Page set up here:-
The famous Sycamore Gap tree has been CUT DOWN in a ‘malicious act of vandalism’, as park bosses suspect the 300-year-old landmark along Hadrian’s Wall was ‘deliberately felled’ overnight.
To many, this might seem like just a tree, but to us in Northumberland, it is our tree. One of our most famous landmarks, an iconic image of the North East and a symbol to all those travelling back to Northumberland that they are home.
Alncom are donating £1,000 to kick-start the fundraising.
It is hoped that the Just Giving page will encourage others across Northumberland to join forces to raise funds for the National Trust & National Parks that will be used in the rejuvenation of Sycamore Gap.
Sycamore Gap is the most photographed spot in the whole of Northumberland National Park. It stands in a dramatic dip in Hadrian’s Wall in the Northumberland National Park and has been photographed by thousands of visitors from around the world.
Voted “The Most Famous Tree in 2016” and the most photographed tree in the Northern Hemisphere.