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Nearest town: Rochester

Site type: churchyard

Access: Public

Church name: St John the Baptist

Diocese: Rochester

County: Kent

Country: England

Grid ref: TQ 70526388

Lost yew site: No

Date visited: 31-Mar-14

Recorded by: Cliff Hansford

Protection & responsibility: Parochial Church Council

Yews recorded at this site: Ancient 4m-5m, Notable

Notes: This building probably started life as a simple Norman nave (Buildings of England, John Newman). Close by, in the north east corner of the churchyard, is all that remains of the Bishop's Palace, repaired and enlarged in the early 14th century. There are five yews in this churchyard. The two featured here grow in the western section while three younger trees grow in the north of the churchyard.

Yew trees at Halling:

Tree ID Location Photo Yews recorded Girth
4359 Halling Ancient 4m-5m 411cm at 90cm - view more info
4357 Halling Notable 381cm at 90cm - view more info