Emergency Tree Works in Wimborne Road

Last night’s gales caused one of the tall, old Scots Pines on the Parish Council land known as the “Colehill Triangle” to uproot itself and lean, precariously against a rather flimsy Oak above the road where dozens of parents gather to collect their offspring from the St. Michael’s Middle School. Cllr. KD Johnson was on site liaising with police and tree contractors for some time before one daring tree surgeon climbed a neighbouring Scots Pine, roped across to its tottering neighbour, climbed ever higher and then began to lop pieces off with a chainsaw. Bravo!

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