Happy Easter!

The Easter weekend is upon us and hopefully the weather is good enough to allow us all to get out in the garden?!

Here are a few small jobs that can be done in between cups of tea, but will make a noticable difference once you’ve finished (and celebrated with Easter eggs, Simnel cake and/or chocolate biscuits!)

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Today is World Poetry Day –

it’s also International Day of Forests and the Tree

It’s full on springtime, you must be able to see a tree from your window, I couldn’t help but think of grumpy old Philip Larkin today – his poem is so apt:


Not all Tree Surveys are the same…

 …sometimes we go to the most exciting of places!

Because we are Arboricultural Consultants rather than just a team of Tree Surgeons, a lot of our time is spent looking at trees; identifying them, assessing them, measuring them, and quite often, stepping back and appreciating them – not a bad way to spend the day?

However, there are many different reasons for having your tree or trees surveyed:

 Hugh measuring tree with Air in background

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Hay Fever Hell!!

Are you one of the 10 million+ hay fever sufferers in the UK? That’s 1 in 5 people in this country!

If so, you’ll be only too aware of the effects – the sneezing, the runny or blocked nose?, the itchy eyes…and if you’re an asthma sufferer, there’s the tight chest, wheezing and shortness of breath! All of which makes everyday tasks seem almost impossible.

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World Wildlife Day

The United Nations has designated Tuesday 3rd March as World Wildlife Day and the emphasis this year is on Wildlife Crime.
Although the focus will mainly be on global issues such as the destruction of rainforests and the illegal killing and trading of endangered species, there are wildlife crimes occurring in this country too.

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