Parish Tree Warden
you may already be aware of the pink/yellow/orange dots on trees on the side of the road in your
area. These have been put there are part of East Sussex Highway’s rural tree survey across the entire road network of East
Sussex, being carried out by a professional arb surveyor, or by one of our team. They indicate trees with faults that have been
noted and require remedial works. Trees that are being inspected may be owned by ESH or may be private. We are including in
the survey any tree that may impact the highway should it fail. If a tree is privately owned, the owner will be contacted as soon
as possible with details of the tree(s) and a time-frame for the work to be completed. The remedial works may be as low-key as
severing ivy or removing overhanging limbs. However, if the tree is in a critical condition such as being dead or showing signs of
internal decay (fungal fruiting bodies), then the required work may be to remove large sections or entire tree.
the ivy on the lime trees infront of Sandrock House which should be marked and also the entrance to the cemetery.