European Tree of the Year Competition
An oak tree located in Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire which is thought to be around 1,000 years old has recently missed out on winning the title of the best tree in Europe.
The "Robin Hood Major Oak" was competing against 13 other trees in a public vote on the tree of the year website.
It had previously won England's first "Tree of the Year" competition in November, but was beaten to victory by a tree in Estonia.
Nottinghamshire County Council said it was pleased the competition gave the Major Oak such a high profile.