Cleaning out some draws in the garden shed I found and old Daily Mail from 2014 in it was the following article about the oldest tree in Britain
the ancient yew lives in a Welsh churchyard and is thought to have been standing more than 3,000 years before Jesus Christ was born
Experts have run tests on the tree in the St Cynog’s churchyard at Defynnog near Sennybridge, Powys, including DNA and ring dating
The species is common across European churchyards because its evergreen leaves and longevity is a symbol of Christ's transcendence of death.
So were is WIGANS oldest tree located anyone know ??