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.

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Voted “The Most Famous Tree in 2016” and the most photographed tree in the Northern Hemisphere.