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A few more pics of oddsnsods.


Got  22 hop hornbeams and pin oaks to plant in a field to denote a boundary, erected a tree guard around one for client to approve and someone has kicked off about it needing planning permission. :dontknow:. New one on me but apparently they are classed as an enclosure.





The drive that goes with the threshold on previous page






Some landscaping works we are doing on a very steep garden, forming tiers by importing fill. About 1000 tons needed :scared1:







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