Work continuing apace – buildings going up, post and rail going in, equestrian school almost complete
7th November 2017
A trip to Glastonbury this week for an overdue pollard and hedge cut along the main road –
Before and after shots
There were two limes 70ft high, pollarded to 3 m at the previous pollard points; the hedge was a mix of all sorts of native species and was 70m long.
All to allow light and sun to reach the building.
For details of some of our other tree work see the link here
Visibility clearance in Bromham this afternoon by Rich and Simon – ash tree reduction
12-inch post 8-feet high knocked into 4-feet of rock chalk on Salisbury Plain
See the post driver in action here.
12 inch post 8 feet high knocked into 4 feet of rock chalk on Salisbury plain
Posted by Conservation Contractors on Friday, 17 November 2017
Trevor has been pollarding willows at Durrington for Wiltshire Wildlife Trust so they can use the branches and timber to reinforce the river banks
Durrington village lies about 2 miles north of Amesbury, 10 miles north of the city of Salisbury, and 2 1⁄2 miles northeast of the Stonehenge monument. It is on the eastern part of Salisbury Plain, the largest remaining area of chalk …
This week we saw the removal of two large Leyland Cypress trees in Easterton Sands Devizes resulting in a lot of timber to move!
Earlier this week we undertook a Hornbeam reduction in Netherhampton for Wiltshire CC . The photos here show a before and after shot.