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Hambledon - Surrey

Tree ID: 491

Yews recorded: Ancient 5m-7m

Tree girth: 620cm

Girth height: at 45cm

Tree sex: male

Date of visit: 19-Dec-98

Source of earliest mention: 1848: Topographical Dictionary of England


December 1998 – Tim Hills: A superb example of a fluted bole, with 47 individual ‘stems’ growing around the solid looking tree. Flaky bark. Girth was 19′ 10” (605cm) at the ground, 20′ 2″ (615cm) at 3′ and 21′ 3″ (648cm) at 5′.
May 2013 – Peter Norton: The tree has a break of crown at around 9′ from which one main leader and several branches emerge, with six of these being allowed to sweep down to the ground. Girth was 20′ 4” (620cm) at 1′ 6” from the top of the slope.

Yew trees at Hambledon - Surrey:

Tree ID Location Photo Yews recorded Girth
490 Hambledon - Surrey Ancient 7m+ 970cm at 15cm - view more info
491 Hambledon - Surrey Ancient 5m-7m 620cm at 45cm - view more info