Cookworthy KnappImage copyright Alamy
Image caption This copse symbolises coming home to many people in the South West

This copse on the Cornwall Devon border has long symbolised one thing – coming home.

The beech trees which stand tall on a hill south of the A30 tell travel-weary locals their journey is nearly over.

People have been taking to social media to share their love for the Cookworthy Knapp trees, which were planted around 1900 and have become known as the “coming home trees”.

We are inviting you to tell us about your coming home landmarks.

Use the form below and we could be in touch to share your photographs and anecdotes on the BBC website.


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