Bawden Tree Care is set to remain open over the November coronavirus lockdown, with various measures in place to keep staff and customers safe.
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Bawden Tree Care donate wood chip to Netheravon All Saints C of E Primary School to aid the completion of their nature garden ready for pupils to return to school.
Bawden Tree Care has opened back up following the outbreak of coronavirus. Here's what we're doing to ensure our staff and customers are safe.
Bawden Tree Care temporarily closes as of the 24th March 2020 due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
We take measures to keep our staff and customers safe in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak by introducing 'contactless' appointments.
An update in regards to the coronavirus outbreak from Bawden Tree Care.
Adam and Alex play their part in helping the local community by offering a donation to a care home nearby to help with the construction of an animal enclosure.
Bawden Tree Care are delighted to welcome two new apprentice arborists to the team, both of whom will be supported both in the workplace and at Sparsholt College.
Bawden Tree Care is supporting the new Arborist Apprenticeship seeking to engage with those looking to start a new career in Arboriculture and Woodland Management. The Company is working with Sparsholt College on this initiative and has recently recently completed a successful round of recruiting and interviews with interested candidates.
Bawden Tree Care are delighted to announce that we have won a share of a contract with Farnham Borough Council to take care of the area's trees.
Bawden Tree Care has invested in new Pear Technology Survey equipment, as we expand the business in terms of arboricultural surveying.
Bawden Tree Care are delighted to know that Dorset County Council have selected our company to hold a place within the contract framework to provide the county with various tree care services.
We are delighted to announce being awarded the contract with Salisbury City Council to cover the city's tree care needs! From surveying to tree disease care, we are so pleased with this new development.
A rather large tree survey is completed as part of a five year contract in Winchester for the Ministry of Defence.
Company director Richard Stone represents Bawden Tree Care at the prestigious Bali National Landscape Awards.