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Nearest town: Halesowen

Site type: former religious site

Access: Private

Church name: No Data

Diocese: No Data

County: West Midlands

Country: England

Grid ref: not known

Lost yew site: Yes

Date visited: No data

Recorded by: Tim Hills

Protection & responsibility: No data

Yews recorded at this site: Lost

Notes: Formerly the site of a holy well. 'Stourbridge and its vicinity' by William Scott (1832) describes that 'adjoining the precincts of the borough, on the road to Hagley and Kidderminster, is Hasbury, famous in ancient times for a well, dedicated to St. Margaret. Some curious stone-work adjoining its margin, was removed, A. D. 1747, its waters form a rill tributary to the Stour'.

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Yew trees at Hasbury:

Tree ID Location Photo Yews recorded Girth
2117 Hasbury Images Currently Unavailable Lost No data available - view more info