Arbor Call Tree Surgeons have donated tree surgery work to the Museum of Army Flying in Middle Wallop, Hampshire.
Important to the history of British aviation, the museum provides 100 years of history of British Army Flying. Located inside an aircraft hangar purpose built for the museum, everything from military ballooning to today’s army air corps is shown here.
Keeping the trees and foliage outside the visitor’s centre safe and well maintained is important and Arbor Call are more than equipped to tackle the job. The work completed involved the removal of a tree that was blocking the sign for visitors on the main road, and removal of branches from a tree that was overhanging the visitor’s entrance way.
These are the sorts of small tasks that can be easily overlooked, but keeping your signage free of offending foliage will instantly increase your visibility to potential customers and visitors, and will prevent any potential damage to the building’s structure.
Keeping an eye on trees that overhang public areas are especially important. As a property or land owner, you are responsible for the Health and Safety of the trees on your property. A simple Tree Report can offer that peace of mind that you are meeting your obligations.
Donating our tree surgery work to a local charitable cause is important to us here at Arbor Call, and we are pleased to show our support for the Museum of Army Flying.