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Image Gallery: Radstock Ribbon Wrap on Saturday 11 February: Save the Jubilee Oak - NO to the Road

So many people wanted to tie a ribbon round the Jubilee Oak that we ran out. This event highlighted the tremendous opposition to the whole road project - lots of people were shocked to discover that B&NES proposes chopping down the Jubilee Oak and replacing it with a traffic roundabout.

With the exception of the final three, all photos are by Esther Parker.


Radstock Ribbon Wrap on Saturday 11 February: Save the Jubilee Oak - NO to the Road - click for enlargement
Radstock Ribbon Wrap on Saturday 11 February: Save the Jubilee Oak - NO to the Road - click for enlargement
Radstock Ribbon Wrap on Saturday 11 February: Save the Jubilee Oak - NO to the Road - click for enlargement
Radstock Ribbon Wrap on Saturday 11 February: Save the Jubilee Oak - NO to the Road - click for enlargement
Radstock Ribbon Wrap on Saturday 11 February: Save the Jubilee Oak - NO to the Road - click for enlargement
Radstock Ribbon Wrap on Saturday 11 February: Save the Jubilee Oak - NO to the Road - click for enlargement
Radstock Ribbon Wrap on Saturday 11 February: Save the Jubilee Oak - NO to the Road - click for enlargement
Radstock Ribbon Wrap on Saturday 11 February: Save the Jubilee Oak - NO to the Road - click for enlargement
Radstock Ribbon Wrap on Saturday 11 February: Save the Jubilee Oak - NO to the Road - click for enlargement
Radstock Ribbon Wrap on Saturday 11 February: Save the Jubilee Oak - NO to the Road - click for enlargement
Radstock and the Jubilee Oak - photo taken by Brian Preston on the morning of 14 February 2012 - click for enlargement
Radstock and the Jubilee Oak - photo taken by Brian Preston on the morning of 14 February 2012 - click for enlargement
Radstock and the Jubilee Oak - photo taken by Brian Preston on the morning of 14 February 2012 - click for enlargement