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Cedar Of Lebanon Tree

Cedar of Lebanon tree suffered storm damage.

One sad victim of the fierce winter storms in the Christmas 2023 holidays was the Cedar of Lebanon tree that stands on the North Lawn. The tree lost a major branch, clearly torn off in the wild winter gales. Now some 150 years old, the tree will be familiar to all Princethorpians having provided welcome shade for many pupils over the years.

Thankfully, elsewhere on campus the damage was minimal, limited to minor branches and leaf debris and an awful lot of water flowing off the fields into the streams and drains.

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