the Sycamore tree gap The Robin Hood Tree, or also known as the Robin Hood Tree, was close to the priceless historical heritage of Hadrian’s Wall, until Friday morning when it was cut down. The ruined sycamore tree and its surroundings are traditionally one of the most photographed sites in the United Kingdom.
The tree gets its name from its appearance in the 1991 film Robin Hood and Lord of Thieves, starring Kevin Costner, and in 2016 the tree won UK Tree of the Year.
A 16-year-old boy was arrested for cutting down the tree Sky News According to his information, he is cooperating with the authorities in the investigation.
It is a world-famous monument, and its defacement has sparked shock, anger and grief in the local community and beyond.
– said Chief Inspector Kevin Waring, of Northumbria Police, who added that the investigation was still in its early stages. The National Trust, which owns the area, also expressed shock and dismay at the matter.
Experts said: The tree must be approximately 200 years old, and it is an important and iconic element in the landscape, which is why it meant a lot to the local community and to everyone who visited the area.
Most likely, the felled tree cannot be saved.