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Tree ID: 364

Yews recorded: Notable

Tree girth: No data

Girth height: not measured

Tree sex: male

Date of visit: 2-Mar-02

Source of earliest mention: 2002: Tim Hills


March 2002 – Tim Hills: The yew, which grows north of the church, is open to interpretation. Of four main areas of growth, one is centrally placed. The question this raises is whether these are peripheral remains of a tree that once filled the centre. Two of the stems are truncated at about 6’/8′. Measurement around the base of these pieces was 18′ 6”. July 2015 – Peter Norton: Northeast of the church at 51.707975, -2.040916 the yew is comprised of five main stems, all male, which further sub-divide. These emerge from a small mound and give the appearance of regrowth from a common platform. Some ivy was present. A girth of 20′ 3” at the ground was recorded.

Yew trees at Coates:

Tree ID Location Photo Yews recorded Girth
4690 Coates Ancient 4m-5m 457cm at 15cm - view more info
364 Coates Notable No data available - view more info