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"King Oak" succumbed to Storm Eleanor

By Parish Clerk East Lulworth Parish Council

Friday, 5 January 2018


East Lulworth Parish Council Contributor


At approximately 3am on 3rd January 2018 the ancient oak at the Shaggs, East Lulworth which was said to be over 700 years old was blown over during the violent storm.

There has been suggestions from local residents to make something for the village out of the wood.

Photographs by Matthew Barnes

Contact Information

Liz Maidment

Find East Lulworth Parish Council

7 Breachfield, Wool, East Lulworth, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 6DQ