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Welcome to our website. we are a small family-run,  professional tree surgery, forestry and horticultural business established in 1995. we are based in Hawes, in Wensleydale. Most of our work is in Wensleydale and Swaledale. However, we also work in Wharfedale, Garsdale, Dent and the surrounding areas. We are fully insured (5m public liability) and possess the relevant NPTC qualifications. Please click HERE for a copy of our insurance certificate and NPTC certificates. 

The vast majority of our work involves trees, whether it be tree surgery, felling, planting or hedge maintenance. We are familiar with the laws regarding Tree Preservation order's and trees in Conservation Areas. Should you require any assistance on these matters, please get in touch. Should you wish, we can fill in any relevant forms, and apply for tree works on your behalf. We also have a duty to check for nesting birds. During the nesting season (generally March to August) we always carry out a visual inspection for signs of nesting birds. Should an active nest be found, the job is postponed until the nest is empty.


Where possible, wood products are recycled by the producing of woodchips which can be used as a mulch. Larger wood is used for logs, and supplied throughout the dales. Quality lengths of wood can be milled for use in the furniture trade. Smaller pieces, where suitable are used as blanks for the woodturning profession.

Our Gallery page is constantly updated with photographs of our latest work. Please feel free to take a look


As well as trees we also undertake other horticultural work (see Fences and Walls for further details).


Should you require a free quote, then please telephone 01969 667364 or 07811 576108. Alternatively, you can contact me by E-mail.

Small ash suffering from severe ash canker, felled,chipped and processed in to logs for the client.  
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Below: Recent felling of a diseased ash tree. Failure would have caused serious damage to adjacent caravan.
Section felling of a lime tree suffering crown die-back.
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