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Parson v Parishioners in the Parish of Wixford
One of the best-known features of the little church of St Milburga in the scattered hamlet of Wixford near Alcester, is the enormous yew tree outside the south porch. In ...
Cubbington Pear Tree is 8th in European Tree Contest
As Cubbington’s ancient Wild Pear tree comes into bloom this chilly wet springtime, possibly its last as it stands on the track of HS2, the results of the European Tree ...
The Roads Beautifying Association in Warwickshire
We take it for granted that our roads today are relatively wide and straight, well-engineered and surfaced, with good and consistent signage and often attractive roadside planting. It was not ...
Old Trees of Warwickshire. What Stories They Could Tell?
While looking through some documents at the County Record Office recently I came across a somewhat faded photograph of a rather gnarled ancient oak tree. The handwritten caption beneath it ...
Then and Now: Elms in Warwickshire
Elms in Warwickshire were a common sight before the 1970s. Indeed, the English elm hedgerow trees were termed the Warwickshire Weed. Tall and distinctive trees, the timber was often used ...
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