Friday, 24 February 2017

Aftermath Of Storm Doris

Raked Up Old, Dead Wood

The team spent the day dealing with the aftermath of 'Storm Doris' that had blown across the country yesterday bringing with it gusts of about 70 miles per hour across Oxfordshire. A visual inspection of all the trees in the grounds was completed and, in response to the findings, a number of dangerous 'hangers' were removed from their precarious positions over paths and lawn areas. Luckily no major damage had been caused to the trees by 'Doris', she only managed to blow a huge amount of old, dead wood from the trees canopies and deposit it safely on the ground, which, of course had to be raked up!

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