The tree surgeon was at the bottom of the ladder and his colleague at the top of the later, who was sawing a tree when he fell around 20 foot landing on top of him.
Residents in Dorset have been warned to beware of ‘rogue traders’ posing as tree surgeons. Dorset police have told home owners to exercise caution in a bid to avoid becoming victims of this scam. Read more…
For unlawfully disposing of wood chippings and green waste, a tree surgeon and his business has been fined almost £20,000 by the Environment Agency.
After being approached by a number of his customers about whether he knew of a reputable chimney sweep, tree surgeon Rob Drinkwater, realised that there was a gap in the chimney sweep market in his area and opted to switch trades.
Tree surgery director Jayson Stanley of Acacia Tree Surgery has been fined £2665 by Aylesbury Magistrates court. On the 19th of October Mr Stanley pleaded guilty to two charges of using a Trust Mark logo without permission and 1 charge of claiming to be a member of Trust a Trader. He was also fined for not displaying the firms registered name on the leaflets.
As the dark nights are upon us once more and bonfire night approaches, Fires Services nationwide have been reminding local residents of the importance to stay safe on what is by far their busiest night of the year.