Harwich Tree Surgeons

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Tree Care and Landscaping in Harwich

Are you looking for a fully qualified and insured Tree Surgeon or Landscaping specialist in Harwich?

Four Seasons tree care and landscaping are a trusted, fully insured and fully qualified city and guilds (NPTC) tree surgery company based in Essex.

We offer a professional service to the highest standard. We undertake our work with an environmentally friendly approach and the same time professionally removing and trimming any unwanted foliage in a clean and tidy manor and leaving quietly with respect to your home and any surrounding neighbours.

BENEFITS OF USING OUR TREE CARE SERVICES IN HARWICH

Whether you are looking for a number of trees to be felled, or on you only need a single tree to be reduced in size, we at Four Seasons tree care and landscaping have the skills and tools to be able to fulfill your needs. Most importantly, our priority is to ensure that you get the result that you are looking for, whilst taking utmost care of your trees. See below for the list of services we provide:
  • Crown Thinning
  • Crown Reduction and Shaping
  • Crown Lifting
  • Formative pruning of young trees
  • Hedge and Shrub trimming
  • Tree Felling
  • Tree Removals
  • Stump Grinding
  • Rooting Removals
  • Storm Damaged trees
  • Pollarding
  • Fencing
  • Dead wood Pruning
  • Emergency tree work
  • Hedge Removal
  • Ivy Removal/Trimming
  • Grounds Maintanence
If you want to know more about Four Seasons Tree care and Landscaping, call us any time for a friendly chat about your tree surgery requirements, or contact us for a free consultation on 07436 914055 or email us at enquiries@fourseasons-treecare.co.uk. Harwich Tree Surgeons.

Facts about Harwich

General

Harwich is a town in Essex, England and one of the Haven ports, located on the coast with the North Sea to the east. It is in the Tendring district. Nearby places include Felixstowe to the northeast, Ipswich to the northwest, Colchester to the southwest and Clacton-on-Sea to the south. It is the northernmost coastal town within Essex.

Its position on the estuaries of the Stour and Orwell rivers and its usefulness to mariners as the only safe anchorage between the Thames and the Humber led to a long period of maritime significance, both civil and military. The town became a naval base in 1657 and was heavily fortified, with Harwich Redoubt, Beacon Hill Battery, and Bath Side Battery.

History

The town’s name means “military settlement”, from Old English here-wic. Because of its strategic position, Harwich was the target for the invasion of Britain by William of Orange on 11 November 1688. However, unfavourable winds forced his fleet to sail into the English Channel instead and eventually land at Torbay. Due to the involvement of the Schomberg family in the invasion, Charles Louis Schomberg was made Marquess of Harwich.

Harwich played an important part in the Napoleonic and more especially the two world wars. Of particular note: 1793-1815—Post Office Station for communication with Europe, one of embarkation and evacuation bases for expeditions to Holland in 1799, 1809 and 1813/14; base for capturing enemy privateers. The dockyard built many ships for the Navy, including HMS Conqueror which captured the French Admiral Villeneuve at the Battle of Trafalgar.

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