Some of our projects involves working with trees situated in the grounds of churches and similar buildings.
This can be demanding work, given the grounds are also a place of rest.
Tree surgery in this type of location is carried out with skill and precision while still showing respect to our surroundings.
One such project is St Laurence’s Church, Scalby, near Scarborough.
Parts of this church dates back to 1180, while its tower was built in the 1680s.
The graveyard and pathways include a number of tree species which are in important aspect of the church’s history.