Hattersley Monkey Puzzle Tree :: Shared Description

The Hattersley Monkey Puzzle tree was planted in 1968 by Barry Tongue in the back garden of his house on Garnett Road. The house along with others in the area were demolished as part of the Hattersley redevelopment plan. By then the tree had become a local landmark and a preservation order was placed on it in 2007.

In 2010 planning permission was granted for Tesco to build a supermarket on the site and the tree was moved to Mill Hill Green on the other side of Ashworth Lane.

Photos of the move: LinkExternal link
by Gerald England
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SJ9894 : Hattersley Monkey Puzzle Tree by Gerald England
SJ9894 : Hattersley Monkey Puzzle Tree by Gerald England
SJ9895 : Hattersley Monkey Puzzle Tree by Gerald England
SJ9894 : Hattersley Monkey Puzzle Tree by Gerald England
SJ9894 : Hattersley Monkey Puzzle Tree by Gerald England
SJ9894 : Hattersley Monkey Puzzle Tree by Gerald England
SJ9894 : Replanting the Hattersley Monkey Puzzle Tree by Gerald England
SJ9895 : Hattersley Monkey Puzzle Tree by Gerald England
SJ9894 : Ashworth Lane by Gerald England
SJ9894 : Moving the Hattersley Monkey Puzzle Tree by Gerald England
SJ9895 : Tesco site at Hattersley by Gerald England
SJ9894 : Hattersley Monkey Puzzle Tree by Gerald England
SJ9894 : Ashworth Lane by Gerald England


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Created: Thu, 28 Oct 2010, Updated: Wed, 16 Nov 2011

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