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Yew/Yews at Llangynog Wales

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Copyright © Tim Hills - 2007
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Notes: October 2007 - Tim Hills: Growing SW of the church, a vast bole with an ancient core supporting much new growth. June 2008 - Russell Cleaver: Measured at ground level as 24' 7'' (749cm). A dense, low domed tree with a reduced crown. A cramped site, the yew looks hemmed in by tombstones. August 2018 - Paul Wood: There was no path to the bole of the squat, dome shaped yew. Its very green and healthy looking canopy comes down to the ground for the tree's complete circumference. It was no longer possible to access the tree's inner workings.
Classification: ancient
Classification Codes:
Girth cm: 749
Height measured: at the ground
Girth ft ins: 24' 7'' in 2008
Sex: female
Earliest mention:
Source of earliest mention: 1995: Clwyd Powys Archaeological Trust
Date of visit: 04-Oct-07
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