Tucked between farmland and modern housing in Crosby on the Isle of Man, is a section of privately owned registered woodland that’s history shows of one man’s true dedication to his beliefs, as well as being home to some mighty fine trees.
For more history on the area please get in touch and we will pass on a copy of the documents we hold. Please note that this woodland is private, and if you should require any further information then please contact us and your messages shall be passed onto the owners.
We offer a full range of tree management services, including woodland management, and we can offer advice on how to best manage registered and veteran trees. If you have trees that you’d like us to take a look at then feel free to contact us.
The information for this article was taken from an article published on pages 24/25/26 in January/February 1978 edition of ‘Manx Life’ entitled ‘The Strange Story of Eyreton Castle’.
Ben Brooker – email@example.com