There is a magnificent tree on the village green.
Planted in 1911 is has grown into a magnificent specimen.
We look at these trees in a whole new way, following the cutting down of Sycamore Gap.
The power of a Sycamore to regrow after such a brutal act is evident in Rosedale.
We went to the green last week and took a good look at the trunk.
It seems the Rosedale tree once suffered the same fate as Sycamore Gap, but has regrown into a crown of major branches without a central trunk, to become a truly magnificent presence in the village centre.