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Tree ID: 827

Yews recorded: Ancient 5m-7m

Tree girth: 673cm

Girth height: at the ground

Tree sex: male

Date of visit: 31-Jul-99

Source of earliest mention: 1865: A handbook for travellers in Surrey, Hampshire, and the Isle of Wight-King and Murray


July 1999 – Tim Hills: The largest Warlingham yew grows SE of the church. It consists of a hollow shell with thickening at each side of the ‘entrance’. On the inside an internal stem rises to about 10′ and appears to be connected to the outer part of the tree. Closer inspection reveals it to be free standing. Wires attempt to prevent the branches leaning further outwards. Girth 22′ 1” (673cm) at the ground.
October 2013 – Peter Norton: A fragmenting male yew that will eventually split into two halves.

Yew trees at Warlingham:

Tree ID Location Photo Yews recorded Girth
827 Warlingham Ancient 5m-7m 673cm at the ground - view more info
826 Warlingham Ancient 5m-7m 513cm at 15cm - view more info