About BWA

Bob Widd Associates Limited, (BWA); is an Arboricultural and Forestry company located in north Cambridgeshire, a few miles south of Peterborough. Due to its independent and flexible approach, the company is able to offer its services nationwide within the UK, and has recently provided consultancy advice as far afield as Kenya.

The Director and Principal Consultant, Bob Widd; currently holds the position of Chairman and Treasurer of the Consulting Arborist Society (CAS) and represents CAS on the Board of Directors of the UK and Ireland Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture UK &I Chapter (ISA). Bob is currently Vice Principal of the UK&I Chapter and sits on the Executive Board of Directors. He is also a member of the Arboricultural Association at Technician Level. Having over 35 years in the industry, Bob undertakes surveys, report writing, TPO applications and disputes. In 2011, Bob was appointed an Expert Witness by HM Coroners Office.

 

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Beechwood fires are bright and clear, If the logs are kept a year. Oaken logs burn steadily, If the wood is old and dry. Chestnuts only good they say, If for long its laid away. Bur ash new or ash old, Is fit for a queen with a crown of gold.
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Birch and fir logs burn too fast, Blaze up bright but do not last. Make a fire of elder tree, Death within your house you’ll see. It is by the Irish said, Hawthorn makes the sweetest bread. But ash green or ash brown, Is fit for a queen with a golden crown.
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Elwood burns like churchyard mould, Even the very flames are cold. Poplar gives you bitter smoke, Fills your eyes and makes you choke. Applewood will scent your room, With an incense like perfume. But ash wet or ash dry, For a queen to warm her slippers by.

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