One of the 'significant' village trees, a 160 year old Yew, was getting far too familiar with the structure of its adjacent house and had to be removed by local tree surgeon Roger Small. The tree is now waiting in a lumber yard in Harvington for the not so delicate operation of cutting it into blocks and planks ready for the tender ministrations of local wood turners. If all goes according to plan the fine old tree will return to us in the guise of bowls, bud vases, candle sticks and other generally round wooden objects.
When the wood is sufficiently dry we have been promised a bowl to give away as a prize, watch this page...
Often found in the Club