Dismantle failing beech tree in Calne August 2017

A fine grey and damp August day for the start of a dismantle of failing beech tree in Calne…

And now with all the timber loaded with our telehandler on to local fire merchants trailer for processing

This job was also used as the site for our Arb Association interim assessment which we passed !

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New eventing yard Chippenham

New eventing yard Chippenham

It’s been a busy few weeks for our fencing team working on an exciting new build Equestrian yard project near Chippenham.

First up we dug a 60 x 20 arena, installed the drainage, fixed the membrane and added 8 inches of stone.

Then we fenced the area and put boards down, all ready for the top surface.

Next will be a new American barn with stables, paddocks, storage building and horse walking to follow with post and rail paddocks.

More posts to follow to keep you updated and for more information about our other fencing projects please see this web page. 

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Diseased tree in Trowbridge chopped down over safety concerns

 

Conservation Contractors cut down the tree in Balmoral Road..

A DISEASED 50ft tree that was nearly 100 years old had to be cut down from a street in Trowbridge as it was a safety risk.

The Lime Tree at Balmoral Road was taken down last week as many of its branches were dead or rotting.

Workers from Conservation Contractors Ltd spent several hours chopping down the tree, leaving just a stump in its place.

“It is quite a sad sight to see a once lovely tree taken down. Most of the trees here were planted before people moved here and I have been told they were 80-90 years old,” said Graham Hill, of Balmoral Road.

Wiltshire Council have said they will replant a tree in its place

From Wiltshire Times July 2017: Richard Mills

Photo: Trevor Porter 588171 4.

Diseased 50 ft  lime tree