Understand yew with a free seminar and film

4th January 2016

In February, St John's Waterloo in London will host the We Love Yew seminar, which will bring together a range of experts in the management, research and history of Britain’s yew trees.


Aimed at those with responsibility for yew trees, arboricultural practitioners, and others with an interest in the importance of Britain’s yew tree heritage, the seminar is free and open to all, but booking is essential. It will take place Saturday 6th February 2016 at St John’s Church, Waterloo, London, SE1 8TY. To register, please contact us, and find out more here.


Download a programme of the day from this link.


The We Love Yew campaign has also produced a short video to help church wardens and others with responsibility for yew trees manage and care for them. View the video below ,and visit to find out more on this national campaign.


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