Located in the Cuckmere Valley within the South Downs National Park in East Sussex.
Providing a skilled service in tree and landscape management, quite specific to the Cuckmere Valley area.
Services offered include:
Flint wall repairs, restoration and new builds
Complete tree service including climbing, dismantling, adjusting, pruning and shaping trees
Tree stump removal
Hedge planting and tree planting, both large and small
Mobile sawmilling service
Mini digger and operator hire
Split chestnut post and rail fencing
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Richard Bartlett has been working with trees since the hurricane in October 1987, building up a mass of experience and knowledge over this time in arboriculture and horticulture.
Richard utilises a small team of experienced qualified personnel and has been working within the South Downs National Park since 2001.
In 2006 Richard was invited onto the English Woodlands recommended contractor list and has planted in excess of 16, 000 trees.
In 2007 Richard started working alongside Cuckmere Valley Flint repairs where he learnt the traditional skills of flint wall construction and the use of lime mortar.
In 2008 Richard became and continues to be the tree warden for Alfriston Parish he enjoys helping and advising not only the Parish Council but also the local community.
In 2011 Richard was part of the four-man team restoring the Colt House at Clapham farm. The flint wall restoration and repair of this building subsequently won the Sussex Heritage award of 2011. This later lead to working on the prestigious National Trust property Knole Park.
Richard is well used to working with the South Downs National Park authority and other heritage organisations such as the National Trust and Natural England. Richard has traditionally restored many local walls and flint clad various new properties.