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News and Events for 2011

Help Stop the Leaf Miner Damaging Horse Chestnut Trees

The larvae of a moth called Cameraria is causing leaf tissue damage to Horse Chestnut Trees. Although the trees appear to recover in the spring, they are weakened by annual infections.

The moth pupates in leaf litter over winter, so sweeping all leaves and disposing of them can help aleviate the problem.

Connick Tree Care Retains SafeContractor Accreditation, January 2011

Connick Tree Care has been reassessed by SafeContractor and has retained accreditation for Health and Safety standards for another year.

Connick Tree Care Retains ConstructionLine Registration, February 2011

Connick Tree Care has been reassessed by ConstructionLine and has retained registration for another year.

Connick Tree Care a Finalist in the 2011 Gatwick Diamond Business Awards, March 2011

Connick Tree Care were awarded a certificate as a Green Champion finalist at the Gatwick Diamond Business Awards at the Awards Dinner at the Copthorne Effingham Park Hotel in West Sussex.

Connick Tree Care Wins Contract with Brighton and Hove City Council, April 2011

Connick Tree Care are very pleased to have won another contract with Brighton & Hove City Council, maintaining trees and streets in the Borough.