No Habitat to fit as it was a medieval churchyard very old tree thought the berry looked lovely.
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Caught very nicely in your pictures, are said to be the only part of the plant that is not poisonous: hence birds can eat them and spread the seeds.
As to "very old tree", I remember reading that in several cases, Christian churches were built on previously-sacred sites, and the yews can be older than the church in whose grounds they now stand.
Although I understand that the seeds themselves are still poisonous (at least to humans).
They are it is only birds that can eat them.
Lat/Lng: 55.2627, -1.6869
OS grid ref: NZ199965