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Published on Sep 8, 2019
Cork ecologist Ted Cook led an interesting walk through the Macroom Castle Demesne to plant an oak sapling and then walked on to see the 500+-year-old McCarthy Oak which has a girth of 611cm. A recently fallen limb from the tree had more than 500 rings counted so the tree itself is well over 500 years old.
Macroom Castle Demesne is now owned by a local Trust having been sold in 1924 by Lady Olivia Ardilaun to a group of local businessmen for the benefit of the community.
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