Gift of a Tree Register

Ampthill Great Park - Gift of a Tree

The perfect 'green' gift that will enhance the beauty of Ampthill Great Park. You do not necessarily need a special reason to plant a tree but it does make a much loved, living gift to celebrate occasions such as birthdays, Christmas, valentine's day, mother's day, father's day, weddings, birth of a baby, anniversaries, retirement or to remember the passing of a loved one.

Whichever tree you decide to donate you will receive a framed certificate of sponsorship and an entry into the Ampthill Park Tree Register on the Council's website.

Species of tree available include: Oak, Lime or Sweet Chestnut to be planted in areas of the Park as specified by the Town Council.

Tree Price Options:

Donation of a young tree in the tree nursery which will be planted into the Park within three to four years, cost £75.00

Donation of a tree (1.5metre to 2metre) in the Park, cost £200.00

Optional small brass plaque (6"x 4") including ground fixing, cost £40.00

Further enquiries and information are available from the Town Council.

Tree Register

Gift No. Date Donor(s) Tree Species Dedication
32 Sept-2009   Nanna Phoenix, Auntie Elise, Uncle Jason, Auntie Michelle and Cousin Archie English Oak Morgan Ty and Madison Drew in celebration of your Christening held at St. Andrew's Church, Ampthill on 6th September 2009.
33 Sept-2009 The Kay Family Sweet Chestnut In loving memory of Brian (Brin) Kay a dearly loved husband, dad and poppa. 12.05.40 - 28.06.2009. Forever in our hearts.
34 Mar-2014 The Annal Family Sweet Chestnut In loving memory of Les Annal. 21.09.1944 - 04.03.2014. Forever in our hearts.
35 Dec-2014 The Manyweathers Family English Oak

In loving memory of Reg and Winnie Manyweathers. Forever in our hearts.

36 Dec-2014 Mrs Joan Dillingham Beech

In memory of Roy Dillingham and Daughter Janine.

37 Jul-2017 Julia, Duncan and John Morrison Lime

In memory of Margarett Morrison who loved this park.

38 Jul-2017 John, Andrew and Robert Marsh Lime

In memory of Dorothy Marsh.