Trees form a key component of the landscape of Cotswold District, both as woodland and as individual trees. There are a broad range of tree and woodland types, from the riverside pollarded willows of the Thames Valley and the beech woodlands of the Cotswold hills to the tall yew hedges around Cirencester Park and the oak avenue at Estcourt Park.
View our Frequently Asked Questions on Trees
For further information -
Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 1PX
Telephone: 01285 623 000