Our wonderful tree heritage is recorded within the Tree Register, a Registered Charity with a unique database of over 150,000 of our most notable Trees.
The Tree Register is the Tree Register of the British Isles, also known as the Tree Register of Britain and Ireland and often referred to by its acronym TROBI
|The Tree Register is a founder Member of the
European Champion Tree Forum
Join here for just £15.00 (ONLY £12.00 if you join by Bankers Order!) and not only will you play a direct part in supporting our work, for both the enjoyment and the serious study of Trees in Britain and Ireland, you will also enjoy other benefits.
We hope you enjoy your visit!
Latest News from The Tree Register
New tallest tree
A new title-holder for Britain (and northern Europe's) tallest recorded tree has just been identified by Rob L... More Info
Twenty Places to See Tall Trees
New for the Members' area: a guide to visiting Britain and Ireland's tallest and most spectacular trees, s... More Info
New Tree Photos
Nearly five hundred more photos of champion trees, new for 2013, are now showing in the Members' section of th... More Info
Huge Sweet Chestnut discovered!
New county champion Sweet Chestnut (Castanea sativa) discovered on private farmland in Cambridgeshire.... More Info
79 NEW Champion trees discovered so far in 2013
The Tree Register's Registrar Owen Johnson reports - After a succession of testing winters, it was a joy to re... More Info
Champion Trees of Bath
Bath is blessed with many fine tourist attractions and on a hill above the city is the University of Bath which ha... More Info
The great Pontfadog Oak is lost
The Pontfadog Oak was the largest Sessile Oak (Quercus petraea) in Wales (12.85m girth) and one of the oldest oak ... More Info
How can I become involved?
If you have an interest in trees and wish to become more involved with The Tree Register, we are looking for help organising events, guided walks and meetings at local and national level. We have support from many landowners to allow organised access to private collections but require help to successfully run a programme of events for our members, including the successful Alan Mitchell Lecture. Volunteer tree recorders, become one of our "Tapers", and photographers are also always welcome to help with ongoing survey work and updating of historic records.
If being a part of The Tree Register success appeals to you or wish to discuss other ways to be involve
The Tree Register
77a, Hall End, Wootton, Bedford, England, MK43 9HL
Registered Charity No. 801565
E-mail: The Tree Register
Telephone: (44) (0) 1234 768884