THE second phase of a project started in Luss four years ago to mark Queen Elizabeth becoming Britain’s longest-serving monarch is finally ready to proceed.

The Queen’s Tree project, overseen by Luss and Arden Community Development Trust, Luss and Arden Community Council and Luss Estates, was started in 2015 when the tree itself – a red oak (Quercus rubra) was planted to mark the occasion.

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Four years on the tree is flourishing, and phase two will see the design and installation of a plaque containing all those who made a financial contribution – or those who wanted to contribute but were too late to be included on the tree’s original engraved stone surround.

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