Three Norway Maples were planted in 1832 when the church was first built. Unfortunately, only one is still standing, the first having fallen in the 1950s and the second in the 1980s. The survivor still soldiers on but is in need of some loving care, in the form of tree surgery to remove a few sickly branches.
With a girth of nearly 6 metres, this tree is a much loved village landmark.
Do you have any pictures of the complete Holy Trinity or memories of the loss of the other two? Please share them with us.
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