Bare Trees as Winter Fades into Spring

Bare Trees as Winter Fades into Spring

We’ve had some mild weather recently … following a cold snap earlier in the year. The trees are still very bare, although if you look closely, there are the buds ready to burst open in spring. While trees can be identified by their leaves, their shapes can...
Another Hidden Treasure in Scarborough

Another Hidden Treasure in Scarborough

Scarborough has a reasonable number of tree-lined streets and green spaces scattered across the town. There are a number of hidden parks including this one at St Martin’s Square. Just off South Cliff and next to the famous church of the same name, this little...
Same Tree, Different Season

Same Tree, Different Season

Welcome to 2019! A new year and another 12 months of tree care. During 2018, we experienced extreme weather conditions, from severe cold to soaring temperatures. While we’re not sure what 2019 will bring, there’s one thing that is certain. Trees will need...
Looking Ahead to Spring 2019

Looking Ahead to Spring 2019

With the passing of the Longest Day, the earth turns slowly back towards spring. While the nights are still long and dark, gradually we will notice the days getting lighter a few minutes each day. And the buds will start to fill out on the trees and a new growing...
Churchyard With Timber Treasures

Churchyard With Timber Treasures

Many of our churchyards have a remarkable collection of trees and shrubs which add to the peaceful landscape. St Martin’s in Seamer, near Scarborough, is one of them. Just off the village’s main street, St Martin’s sits atop a small hill with a...
Forge Valley Woodlands

Forge Valley Woodlands

So just outside Scarborough you’ll find Forge Valley Woodlands. They’re located in the North York Moor National Park and have a flat two-mile boarded footpath through the hear of them. Discover them between East Ayton and Hackness. Lovely to walk through...