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Tree ID: 1764

Yews recorded: Ancient 4m-5m

Tree girth: 414cm

Girth height: at 30cm

Tree sex: male

Date of visit: 27-Mar-04

Source of earliest mention: 1897: Information provided by Rev.E.L.Elwes (1897- John Lowe)


March 2004 Tim Hills: A hollow horse shoe shape, its inside burnt. In spite of this, combustible material was still being stored in the hollow. Much ivy on the bole.
21st October 2007 – Ian Robert Brown: A hollow shell that is being used as the churchyard broom cupboard! Has been fire damaged but new wood is being laid down around the old dead wood. New branch growth, thick foliage covering and appears in good health. A line of five mature yews can be seen leading up to the church with a avenue of short clipped yews.
19th Nov 2011 – Peter Norton: Six yews recorded, two male and three female grow close to the south perimeter, the largest of which is male girthing 10′ at 1′ 6”. Just SW of the church is the hollowed male being used to store churchyard maintenance tools. Girth close to the ground was 13′ 9” (419cm).

Yew trees at Woolbeding:

Tree ID Location Photo Yews recorded Girth
1764 Woolbeding Ancient 4m-5m 414cm at 30cm - view more info