A few random pics of recent roadside works in Alderbury Amesbury and Tidworth with Rich, Trevor and Steve
Our MEWP (cherry picker) proving its worth again
Health and safety tree works today for Pewsey Parish Council, around the football pitch area…
1 pine, 3 limes, 20m high. We also carried out an aerial inspection.
Cannot beat having your own MEWP (mobile elevated work platform) – see here for more info on our 14′ and 26′ cherry pickers
For details of our other tree services please see here
And for our tree survey services, here
What a difference a day or two makes! Here are some pics of Trevor and Rich undertaking a re-pollard for Wiltshire County Council in Cricklade; started last Thursday in the snow and completed on Monday in the sunshine. The job was to re-pollard five willow trees on an area of open space. The trees had previously been pollarded and the height of the trees ranged from 12-20m. Our Cherry Picker came in useful!
The pictures show us half-way through a large reduction on a 60m hedge which had grown to 65′ in Worton Village, Devizes. Following the unusually high winds in May, several branches had broken off and there was a further risk of more damage, so permission was sought from Wiltshire County Council as the hedge/trees were within a conservation area.
The work was then scheduled, needing our large cherry picker, and we recycled all the chip and timber locally.