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Yew/Yews at Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog


Copyright © Tim Hills - 1998
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Site notes: A church at this site is reputed to have been founded in the 5th century. The significant trees are male and female yews growing either side of the path at the churchyard entrance and close to a raised mound. In a survey in 1983 Reg Wheeler also noted a female yew with a girth of 424cm (13' 11'') south of the church.
Yews recorded at this site: 2 ancient Country: Wales
Protection & Responsibility: Conservation Area-Wrexham CBC OS Map No. & Grid Ref: 125/SJ158328
Site type: churchyard Public access: Yes
Church name: St Garmon Lost yew site: No
Diocese: St Asaph Date Visited: 12/08/1998
Nearest town: Llangollen Recorded by: Tim Hills
County: Wrexham



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