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Tours > Robin Hood's Yorkshire > The Bishop's Tree

The Bishop's Tree
Skelbrooke Park, eight miles north-west of Doncaster (511121)

According to legend, there once stood an immense oak tree in Skelbrooke Park, where Robin made the Bishop of Hereford dance a jig for acting in a high handed way with the outlaws. The site where the tree stood is now known as Bishop's Tree Root. Skelbrooke Park is situated a few miles south of Wentbridge.

Next Stop: Robin Hood's Stone, Skelbrooke, West Riding

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