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Your first call for professional tree surgery in the Hope Valley, Derbyshire. We also cover Sheffield, Chesterfield , Peak District and beyond.

We provide an efficient, professional service, taking care of all your tree care needs.  We always like to do the best by our clients as well as their trees. We will always try to come up with the most fitting solution to your needs, whilst  making the best decisions to benefit your trees.

Whether it is small scale or larger works, we are able to help. Our crew are fully trained and insured to carry out

  • Planting and hedge care 
  • Tree pruning, felling, removal and dismantling 
  • crown work, including thinning and reduction 
  • problem trees and storm damage,
  • Logs and wood chip
  • site clearance  and other services          

            

We take pride in a friendly, efficient and professional service for our customers.

We also provide a dry stone walling service for domestic, agricultural and commercial clients. Please see gallery section for more details of our work.

 

 

 

 

 

Trees and Walls Blog


 

Cutting it close in Chelmorton.. - We spent a great day out in the Peak making this rotten old silver birch safe for a customer, eventually having to remove one entire stem, which was almost entirely decomposed, with huge tell-take splits down the trunk. Not a … Continue reading
Sandstone summer walling projects - Seems like the summer sandstone walling projects are flying off the shelf. This is for Abigail and Duncan in Bamford. turning their small wasteland into something a bit more controlled that they will now be able to manage themselves, grow … Continue reading
Reclaimed York stone savings - York stone is an extremely hard and durable sandstone, perfect for hard seating and patio areas and traditionally used for kerbs, pavements and sills. It is therefore an expensive material to work with, at about £80-100 a square metre, but … Continue reading
Hedge planting - Bare root hedge plants are currently quite cheap and you’ll find that a lot of nurseries and online companies are having sales and promotions at the moment. This is to mark the end of the bare root season, after which … Continue reading
Late December Autumn! - The weather this weekend has been amazing. Literally t shirt weather in late December. What a great chance to get some gardening work and late hedge cutting done. But beware of the fungi and bacteria that are still around causing … Continue reading
This is season of our discontent. - Winter. This month and the next 2 are the season to be carrying out major tree works and disturbances. As most trees are in their dormant phase in the winter, the sap has receded into the inner parts of the … Continue reading
Cow collateral damage. - These English longhorns are quite valuable beasts,  but also very destructive. They got used to trampling through this hole in the wall, and using it as a thoroughfare, after it’d been taken down by a fallen tree bough. It was … Continue reading
Bob Graham Update - A big ‘Thank you’ to everyone who sponsored me for the Bob Graham Round, which we completed with a great team from The Peak and Lakes in 22 hours and 46 minutes! We had a great day out on the hill, … Continue reading
Sandstone rebuild, Bubnell - Quite happy with this rebuild at Bubnell completed last week just in time for farmer Chris’ son’s wedding reception in the field a day afterwards- phew! Thanks go to Steve Atkinson of Cumbria DSWA for the help with this and the … Continue reading