The top 10 feet of my yew tree has died and I am having it pollarded. I have a friend who wants some for woodturning but most will get chipped. I haven't measured it but at a guess the trunk is 10" diameter and branches are 3 or 4".
I don't know how good the wood is until it is cut but anyone local (to Leigh-on-Sea) is welcome to come and see. What isn't claimed on the day (3rd Sept) will be put through the chipper.
PM me if of interest.
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13-08-12, 15:17 #1
Anyone know any woodturners that might like some yew wood?
13-08-12, 15:36 #2Registered User
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I always thought that yew posed a health hazard (and not only to French soldiers) but, according to this website, just about every wood I can think of does!'The lyf so short
the arte so long to lerne.'
14-08-12, 13:49 #3
I think its the foliage that is poisonous.
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14-08-12, 14:03 #4
16-08-12, 22:25 #5Life is just far far too short.
16-08-12, 22:39 #6