The Mythology and Folklore of Trees - 13 November

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13 November 

10:30 - 12:00

Immerse yourself in the folklore and myths that surround Kensington Gardens' trees with tree specialist Greg Packman. Discover why oak trees were seen to be symbols of the gods; why rowan trees were considered to be protective against witchcraft; and which of our trees above all symbolise renewal and purification.

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