Meet our new team member… a MEWP!

Meet our new team member… a MEWP!

The new Arboricultural Code of Practice advises the use of MEWPs (Mobile Elevating Work Platforms) when a risk assessment has determined that a MEWP, rather than climbing from ground level, is the appropriate access method for the work.So Newcastle Tree Services Ltd...
Edible Fungi – Dryads Saddle (Polyporus Squamosus)

Edible Fungi – Dryads Saddle (Polyporus Squamosus)

Rumour spread my village yesterday that fungi was growing in our local woods and that it might be edible. Having never actually cooked or ingested with foraged mushrooms myself I went in to the woods with Rachel and Baxter the dog to seek out this prospected...
Tree Planting

Tree Planting

The Newcastle Tree Services team were busy last week before lockdown planting trees for our planet. Various species available.If you’d like to know more about our tree planting service please get in touch by contacting me, Steve, on 0191 603 1030 or 07471 689...
Crown Reducing in Northumberland

Crown Reducing in Northumberland

Crown Reducing an Acer pseudoplatanus (Sycamore) in Northumberland. Steve and Checo climbed for 5 1/2 hours to rebalance and shape tree. If you have a tree you’d like us to look at please get in touch by contacting me, Steve, on 0191 603 1030 or 07471 689 248 or...
High winds tree safety

High winds tree safety

The Newcastle Tree Services team have carried out lots of tree work in the North East this week following high winds on Tuesday evening.Don’t be caught out.Broken branches and uprooted trees can cause serious damage to people, animals and property.There are some...
14 Christmas Tree facts you might not know

14 Christmas Tree facts you might not know

Many of us have Christmas trees in our homes over the festive period, but where does the tradition come from?  Well, the Christmas tree’s interesting history most likely dates back at least two millennia. Here are 14 interesting and fun facts about Christmas trees.1....

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