Tree ID: 49
Yews recorded: Ancient 5m-7m
Tree girth: 518cm
Girth height: at 5cm
Tree sex: male
Date of visit: 26-Oct-13
Source of earliest mention: 1834: Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of WalesNotes:
2001 – Tim Hills: Tree 5 on the plan grows SW of the church and next to a yew stump. Many lower branches have been removed; its bole is largely hidden behind twiggy growth. Girth was approximately 17′ close to the ground.
2016 – Paul Wood: The tree could not be measured due to twiggy growth and nettles and brambles appearing on a small mound on the east side of the tree. This also contained a quantity of broken glass. Large portions of the tree are still hidden behind twiggy growth and ivy, but it still appears to be growing well. On this busy road, I observed that when large articulated lorries drove by about six metres west of this tree, the top half of its canopy and limbs move by several feet – as much as five – in the disturbed air. This could create a future problem from broken branches.
|668cm at the ground - view more info
|518cm at 5cm - view more info
|508cm above limb - view more info
|457cm at the ground - view more info
|422cm at 120cm - view more info
|419cm at 135cm - view more info
|417cm at the ground - view more info