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Shuckburgh Hall

Tree ID: 2827

Yews recorded: Ancient 5m-7m

Tree girth: 570cm

Girth height: at the base

Tree sex: unspecified

Date of visit: No data

Source of earliest mention: 2007: Steven Falk


The largest yew is highly visible, directly east of the Hall and can be seen from the public footpath to the south. It grows beside the gate at the Hall end of the main entrance drive. It has a short lower trunk splitting into multiple stems. Girth of 570cm (18′ 8”) at the ground.
At SP496619 are several large yews in the garden to the north and west of the Hall. The two largest have girths of 4.15 (13′ 7”) and 4.08 (13′ 5”). The latter grows close to a conspicuous London Plane.

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Yew trees at Shuckburgh Hall:

Tree ID Location Photo Yews recorded Girth
2827 Shuckburgh Hall Images Currently Unavailable Ancient 5m-7m 570cm at the base - view more info