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East Meon has a large number of trees and many of them are protected by a TPO or in a Conservation Area. If you have any questions or concerns about trees the Parish Council are responsible for please contact our Tree Warden, Richard Dampney.

If you need information about Tree Preservation Orders or to find out if a tree is within a Conservation Area please click on the link

Interest to note: The Common Yew tree located in Frogmore is said to be from the time of the Civil War and has been logged on the Woodlands Trust Ancient Tree Inventory as 'Notable'