St Peter & St Paul Church Harlington
St Peter & St Paul Church Harlington

The Yew Tree

Of the original Saxon Church, nothing remains. However a tangible link with that period is the ancient yew tree, which stands opposite the church's south door. It is thought to be at least 1000 years old, and may well mark the spot where Christianity was first preached in Harlington. During the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries the tree became famous for its remarkable topiary work, as may be seen from a print dating from 1770. For many years, until about 1825, the annual clipping of the yew tree was a local Whitsuntide festivity.

Community Activites:



Next meet on Thursday 27th June from 2pm in the church hall.

A warm welcome awaits. 

(Full programme on "What's on" tab above)





"The Hurbs"-Harlington Ukulele 

Rainbow Band.

Next meeting on Thursday 25th July to perform at Social Club at 2pm in the church hall - all are welcome to join us.




Activities, Songs, Stories, Food and Fun.

Why not come along?

(More details on tabs above).



For more details click on What's On at top of page.


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