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Winter Land surveys in Worcestershire, Gloucestershire and Herefordshire

The great thing about really local work is that you do not have to set the alarm clock too early to still be on site for first light in the winter months.

We have been busy undertaking lots of land and measured building surveys in Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire which has been a bonus.

Thankfully lighter nights are now with us and so the time pressure has eased. Also we hope there will be less mud around ?

Land surveying in the muddy depths of winter
Land surveying in the muddy depths of winter

Land Survey With A Hint Of Pink

There are not many land survey sites we attend which have pink / red trees on them. This particular red tree is part of a tree art exhibition called  ‘Tell It To The Trees’  at Croft Castle, where we have been surveying recently for The National Trust. Croft is home to more than 300 veteran oak and chesnut trees. Sometimes our surveyors do go to some beautiful places……..