If you do decide to continue working on site, then in line with Public Health England guidance we would urge you to follow this advice.
This is our updated Position Statement in light of a reply from Lord Goldsmith on 2 April 2020.
In this rapidly changing situation, the Arboricultural Association is continuing to try and provide support and guidance to our members via regular emails and social media outputs.
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During this difficult period we will endeavour to keep our staff available for our members. If you wish to contact us please refer to our staff contact details, using the link below:
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IMPORTANT: Please read this latest update to find out what proactive actions are being taken to reduce risk to members, volunteers, staff, partners or visitors, while continuing our normal service in so far as is practically possible.
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