Just a few shots of the guys out and about and a welcome back to Scott Jackson.
Our task here was the removal of deadwood from roadside trees at Netheravon. In addition, we had to fell a dead ash tree using our MEWP (Mobile Elevated Work Platform).
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.