The Queen’s Jubilee Oak

planted: The chairman of Ribchester Parish Council, and also current Ribble Valley Mayor, Coun. Ian Sayers plants the oak tree with help from Eco Council members Emily Royle, Ayesha Ahmed, Oliver Holden, Thomas Anderton, Heather Taylor'Harding and Billy Welsh.

planted: The chairman of Ribchester Parish Council, and also current Ribble Valley Mayor, Coun. Ian Sayers plants the oak tree with help from Eco Council members Emily Royle, Ayesha Ahmed, Oliver Holden, Thomas Anderton, Heather Taylor'Harding and Billy Welsh.

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A TRADITIONAL English oak tree has been planted in Ribchster to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

The young oak was planted on open land in the centre of the village, where it should thrive for generations to come. It has been done by Ribchester Parish Council with help from members of the Eco Council at St Wilfrid’s Primary School.

They should be able to watch the tree grow as they grow and maybe one day tell their own children, even grandchildren, that they helped to plant the Jubilee Oak.