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1,200-year-old tree splits in cold snap

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One of the UK's oldest trees has fallen victim to the recent cold snap. Known as the Oak at the Gate of the Dead, the 1,200-year-old tree in the Ceriog Valley has split in two.

Matthew Richards reports.

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