|Wellspring Crescent beside Wembley Asda car park|
|A second tree on Wellspring Crescent|
This is an ornamental cherry on Salmon Street, Kingsbury. It is the second to be lost on that street, another was knocked down by a lorry backing out of a building site for a house rebuild. Other cherries have been lost on the nearby Pilgrims Way and may have been reaching the end of their natural lives.
A number of large mature trees have been blown down on Eldestrete, the footpath at the bottom of Barn Hill.
However, the tree below is a living example of the adage 'a creaking gate hangs the longest.' Hollowed out by woodpeckers, parakeets, woodlice and other insects it still stands in an exposed position on top of Barn Hill near the pond. A neighbouring tree in a similar condition came down a year or so ago.
If you have news of other trees in the borough please comment below.