Glenfinnan residents plant new Jubilee oak tree

Glenfinnan Estate manager, Alistair Gibson, centre, was joined by other members of the local community on Friday for the planting of an oak tree to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The tree was planted close to the church. Glenfinnan is also the site of a tree planted to mark Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. Photograph: Mark Entwistle. F23 Glenfinnan Tree 02 crop
Glenfinnan Estate manager, Alistair Gibson, centre, was joined by other members of the local community on Friday for the planting of an oak tree to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The tree was planted close to the church. Glenfinnan is also the site of a tree planted to mark Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. Photograph: Mark Entwistle. F23 Glenfinnan Tree 02 crop

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Glenfinnan Estate manager, Alistair Gibson, was joined by other members of the local community on Friday for the planting of an oak tree to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

A party of Hungarian tourists, visiting the Church of St Mary and St Finnan in Glenfinnan, were delighted to be asked to join members of the local community for this photograph marking the planting of a tree on Friday to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. Photograph: Mark Entwistle. F23 Glenfinnan Tree 05 crop
A party of Hungarian tourists, visiting the Church of St Mary and St Finnan in Glenfinnan, were delighted to be asked to join members of the local community for this photograph marking the planting of a tree on Friday to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Photograph: Mark Entwistle.

The tree was planted close to St Mary and St Finnan in Glenfinnan. The village is also the site of another tree with royal connections, which was planted to mark the visit of Queen Victoria on September 15, 1873.

A party of Hungarian tourists, visiting the church  were delighted to be asked to join members of the local community for the photograph.