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Tree ID: 804

Yews recorded: Ancient 4m-5m

Tree girth: 475cm

Girth height: at the ground

Tree sex: male

Date of visit: 11-Aug-99

Source of earliest mention: 1993: Tree Register Data Base -Percival Morgan


August 1999 – Tim Hills: The hollowing yew has no leading branch, more an explosion of smaller branches from 5′ upwards. This is perhaps the tree’s response to the loss of two major branches. Girth of about 15′ (457cm) at the ground swells to almost 21′ (640cm) at 3′.
2017 – Paul Wood: A delightful churchyard where all is truly cared for. At the time of my visit the spring flowers were exploding into life. The old yew looked well. It is hollowing with a 3′ opening on the north side as well as two smaller openings on the east and south sides. I guess that at some time the yew will appear as three fragments. I measured at the ground and recorded a girth of 15′ 7” (475cm). As you move up the bole it dramatically increases its size. The fine looking yew grows SSW of the church.

Yew trees at Ullingswick:

Tree ID Location Photo Yews recorded Girth
804 Ullingswick Ancient 4m-5m 475cm at the ground - view more info