Following on from last month I see that the acorns have grown to about 1″/25mm, and are still in their cupules. As they’re on stalks, unlike the leaves, that confirms this is an English oak (Quercus robur), which is the most common tree species in the UK.
Apparently acorns are not produced until the tree is 40 years old, which I was surprised to read.
Oak trees are important for wildlife as they support more insects and lichens than any other native trees.
Have a good weekend!