According to Katharine Briggs' 'Dictionary of Fairies' most people know the proverb 'fairy folks are in old oaks' and other people know that King Charles II famously hid in an oak tree. This lecture will discuss the folklore of the tree which is often considered to be a national emblem, and include weather-lore, commemorating road victims and Robin Hood.
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