Tree No. 1 on the Granny Downs Tree Trail.
Limes are tall, long-lived trees so were a popular choice for planting in avenues such as this one which stretches over to the grand houses on Westbury Park. Common limes are a hybrid between small-leaved and large-leaved limes. Flimsy, heart-shaped leaves; smooth apart from tufts of white or buff-coloured hairs where the veins meet on the undersides (compare this to the large-leaved lime later in the trail). Sweet-smelling pale-yellow flowers hang down in clusters in midsummer.
Walk down the footpath for 60m. At the second bench turn right and cross the grass to tree 2 which has a bench directly in front of it.
The tree has had 110 minutes of care.