Wednesday 24th April 2019

Tree Surgeon's Blog - Back to School!

 The base had began to hollow and dieback began to appear in the main crown as a large leader had been lost in the past so it was decided after being surveyed that removal would be the best option for the safety of the children and staff of St John’s Primary school.

A challenging dismantle as most of the tree had to be rigged down so that we didn’t damage the children’s favourite climbing frame.

Of course everything went according to plan and all the woodchip was retained on the site to be used in various areas.

Stewart even managed to fit in a “king of the castle” pose for the camera!

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