Previously to joining Connick Tree Care, Sarah was a Lifeguard.
So, what made her change careers and how is she enjoying being a climbing arborist?
Recognition for sustainability and the contribution, support and positive impact we have on the environment, community and businesses with the same sustainable values as our own.
We’re delighted to be a Sustainable Business of the Year Finalist in the Reigate & Banstead Business Awards.
This acknowledges the planning, investment and implementation that goes into our sustainability policies.
You might be surprised to know that, where possible, we carry out our tree surgery without chainsaws. Tree pruning is carried out with a pull saw and when more power is required, we’ve invested in electrical equipment. We maintained these boxed lime trees at Rolls-Royce’s state-of-the-art manufacturing plant near Chichester, using electrical trimmers. There are… Read More
Our fleet of electric vehicles is growing. We’ve taken delivery of our 3rd 100% electric car. The MG 5 EV is spacious inside and will give us up to 250 miles from a single charge. Changing to electric vehicles, where practical, not only contributes to our sustainability goals, it supports our clients goals too. Our… Read More
Connick Tree Care transported a 400 year Elm tree trunk on the first leg of its journey on its way to a new lease of life. We supplied an internal frame to protect it during the trip from one side of Brighton to the other. The resting place for the next year is the Secret… Read More
We’re delighted to be shortlisted for Arboriculture Company of 2021 in the ProLandscaper Business Awards, especially as this coincides with celebrating 35 years since Connick Tree Care was established. Good luck to all the finalists.
The Tree Lover From climbing trees by the Berlin Wall to planting trees in Tennessee, Mike Connick has been caring for trees through his own business, Connick Tree Care, for 35 years. In this interview he looks back over his career in arboriculture and forward to the role of tree care in an ever-changing world…. Read More
We’re delighted to welcome Philippa Bassett from The Forest Bathing Institute who has contributed this blog. The restorative power of trees can help you relax and unwind During lockdown, it was noticeable that many people are re-connecting with nature. They have been spending time in their gardens, local parks, nearby woodland and even growing flowers… Read More
Brighton & Hove is home to approximately 17,000 Elm trees, many of which were planted during the reign of King Edward VII. Numerous examples of these heritage elms can be seen in Preston Park and Valley Gardens. Elm Disease Initially Elm Disease came to the UK from Europe in the 1920s, killing around 25% of… Read More