Tree ID: 339
Yews recorded: Lost
Tree girth: 556cm
Girth height: at 110cm
Tree sex: male
Date of visit: 10-Aug-98
Source of earliest mention: 1993: Tree Register Data Base -Percival MorganNotes:
August 1998 – Tim Hills: Tree 1 on the plan. This yew was recorded with its large central trunk and 2 dead trunks rising alongside. It was burned down later in the year in which the first two photos were taken.
September 2005 – Russell Cleaver: ‘3 leaders, but two dead stumps. Some re-growth around the base. 5.57m (18′ 3”) at 1.1m’.
March 2007 – Russell Cleaver – The tree has been destroyed. It seems that late last summer this ancient tree was set on fire by persons unknown. The dead stumps perhaps would have made ample flammable material. Well before anyone realised anything was amiss the whole tree was alight. The fire brigade was called but all too late, since this is an exceptionally remote site. The yew burned and then toppled over towards the church. The fire brigade eventually attended but could do little more than let the tree burn itself out. Nothing living survives above ground.
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