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Memorial

Millennium tree - EC1 St Bartholomew's 3 trees

Tree: Millennium tree - EC1

Erection date: 19/1/2000

Inscription

This flowering Malus tree "John Downie" was planted on the 19th January 2000 by the Master, His Honour Judge Cryan, and presented by the Worshipful Company of Fruiterers in celebration of the opening of the 3rd Christian Millennium.

Site: St Bartholomew's 3 trees (3 memorials)

EC1, Cloth Fair, St Bartholomew the Great graveyard

The millennium tree (in 2008 still a sapling) is in front of the half-timbered wall. The two yews commemorating the 850th anniversary are to the left; only one of them appears in the picture.

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Millennium tree - EC1

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Millennium tree - EC1

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Worshipful Company of Fruiterers

1292 -  first reference to ‘Free Fruiterers’.  First charter in 1606.  Their ...

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Judge Donald Cryan

His Honour Judge Donald Michael Cryan was born on 18 January 1948 and his bir...

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Millennium tree - EC1

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850th anniversary

Taxus baccata (English yew) planted by the Revd. Dr. N. J. Wallbank, Rector a...

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850th anniversary and Plant a Tree Year

Taxus baccata (English yew) planted by the Rt. Revd. Bishop R. W. Stannard, M...

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