To all Brits! Did the famed "tree" at Glastonbury really exist? Tell us what you know, please.
Legendary Christmas thorn, only one of it's kind in the northern hemisphere. As the legend tells it, Joseph of Arimathea stuck a shepherd's staff in the ground on his SECOND visit to ENGLAND. It took root. When I first heard of it, it was alive. Last I heard, it is now gone. Did it exist?
Hi, yes it was here, in fact it was still intact until some brainless yobs chopped it down last year! it has been up there for centuries, people tied ribbons, prayers and decorations on it, it was part of Glastonbury's history. Here's the link to take a look at what happened.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2 … thorn-tree
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