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Llantrithyd Park

Nearest town: Cardiff

Site type: churchyard

Access: Public

Church name: St Illtyd

Diocese: Llandaff

County: Glamorgan

Country: Wales

Grid ref: ST04397280

Lost yew site: No

Date visited: 11-Oct-98

Recorded by: Tim Hills

Protection & responsibility: Conservation Area-Glamorgan Council

Yews recorded at this site: Ancient 5m-7m

Notes: Peter Norton: The church has 12th century origins, with chancel, nave and tower rebuilt in the 14th century . Next to the church are the derelict ruins of what was Llantrithyd Place, a 16th century manor house which has a large and substantially intact deer park to the north and east of the gardens. The park is thought to have been created some time after 1660 by Sir John Aubrey.

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Yew trees at Llantrithyd Park:

Tree ID Location Photo Yews recorded Girth
201 Llantrithyd Park Ancient 5m-7m 518cm at 90cm - view more info