The historic market town of Faversham is very much our home town and the place where we probably carry out the majority of our work.
From the North Kent coastline, Faversham Creek leads into the heart of the town where there has been a settlement since before the Roman conquest. The Saxons took up residence here and it has a mention in the Doomesday book as “Favreshant”.
The Shepherd Neame Brewery has been a major part of the town since it began brewing in 1698, making it Britain’s oldest brewery. They are still today a significant employer to the residents of Faversham. Most days whilst walking through Faversham you can smell the strong malted smells of the brewery drifting down it’s historic streets.
Many of Faversham’s older streets are subject to conservation area status which means planning consent must be granted before any tree work can be commenced. Tree folk can apply for the permission on your behalf and advise on best practices to maximise the chances of approval. So if you are looking for a reliable Faversham tree surgeon, Tree folk can look after your every need from enquiry to completion.
Tree Folk cover many other surrounding villages in the Faversham area including:
Ospringe, Luddenham, Oare, Uplees, Lewson Street, Brogdale, Eastling, Doddington, Newnham, Painters Forstall, Sheldwich, Selling, Throwley, Leaveland, Throwley Forstall, Shottenden, Oversland, Boughton Under Blean, Hernhill, Fostall, Graveney, Goodnestone