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Trees, hedges and shrubs planted in the form of a medieval cathedral
This incredible Tree Cathedral, made from trees, shrubs and plants, was created after the First World War in the spirit of 'faith, hope and reconciliation'.
Admission to the Tree Cathedral is free. Donations welcome to the Whipsnade Tree Cathedral Fund c/o The Trustees.
Please note: Whipsnade Tree Cathedral is owned by the National Trust and administered by the Trustees of Whipsnade Tree Cathedral Fund.
Whipsnade Tree Cathedral Service
Sunday 8 June, 3pm
A special service to commemorate the centenary of World War I led by the Rector, the Revd Nicola Lenthall, with the Salvation Army Band. Everyone welcome, bring your own chairs or rugs.