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Relocate for Spring with Twig Group
Relocating for Spring
Twig Group | 6 April
There’s something about the longer days and the feeling of spring that reminds us here at Twig that, just like
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Prune and Prep for Spring with Twig Group
Prune and prep for spring
Twig Group | 12 March
As the wintry weather has us dreaming of spring, there are a few jobs to do in preparation for the
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Snow Clearance - part of winter services from Twig Group
Catch our drift?
Twig Group | 27 February
Most of us love a sprinkling of snow, but it won’t have escaped you that snow often means ‘chaos’ on
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Winter Services from Twig Group
Take it easy out there!
Twig Group | 4 February
As temperatures dip below zero it’s worth remembering that ice, unlike snow, is an invisible hazard. Black ice can be
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Post storm tree clearance by Twig
When the west wind blows…
Twig Group | 5 January
Wet ground and strong winds can be a fatal combination when it comes to trees – and this time of
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Tis the Season to Prep for Spring
’tis the season to prep for spring
Twig Group | 7 December
As temperatures drop and the days shorten, it’s tempting just to stay indoors, light the fire and start making plans
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Tree surveys can reveal hidden decay
How strong are your roots?
Twig Group | 21 November
It’s been a blustery old month and, for those of us who remember 1987, a reminder of the damage that
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Plant now to fulfil planning consent
Plant now to fulfil planning consent
Twig Group | 2 November
Ecologically sensitive planting and screening As well as being the season of ‘mists and mellow fruitfulness’, Autumn is the time
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Birds are nesting - extreme care needed
Birds are nesting- extreme care must be taken
Twig Group | 1 June
During the summer nesting season, clearance can take place but careful checks need to be made and findings recorded. Uncut
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Invasive weed control
Get to them before they get to you
Twig Group | 3 May
Invasive weed control Transport networks, green spaces, brown field sites and development sites often become wildlife corridors and havens for
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