Tree inspections out and about in Devon today and came across this ‘Beach’ tree 😉
Some nice trees found on today’s surveys. An enormous ancient Oak tree lurking behind Two Moors Primary School in Tiverton and a nice veteran Beech at Huntsham Court.
“A local tree surgeon took one quick look at our huge Willow with its rotten trunk and told us to get it removed very quickly. Apart from the size of the tree the task would not be easy since it was surrounded by two houses, three gardens and a narrow drive for all the large tree felling equipment. Several quotes later we asked East Devon Tree Care to tackle this job and they did so on one single day not helped by heavy rain showers.
The work, with a team of just three people, was carried out fast, very efficiently and with no damage at all to the surrounding drive and gardens. Starting at 8.30 a.m. and completed at 5.30 p.m. we could not have chosen a better company and will be contacting it again for work on another large tree next year. Meanwhile our neighbour has already asked the company to reduce the size of their towering Silver Birch. We feel that East Devon Tree Care provides tree surgery at its best.”
Inspecting and providing management advice for this amazing, ancient Oak tree. The Flitton Oak has a girth of 8.2m and is said to be 1000 years old. A really incredible old tree which is unfortunately being smothered by natural regeneration.