Photos: Mark Stevenson
Tree surgeons have been hard at work cutting back trees on the grounds of St Mary’s Hospital in Armley.
The work involved removing four dead or dying rowan trees, trimming back some Sycamore and Lime trees, reducing cherry trees, removing deadwood and saplings, and felling a group of 10 poplars and replacing with mixed species.
The aim of the work was to ensure the trees were safe and well maintained.
In total the work involved 19 trees. The hospital received planning permission from Leeds City Council for the work in February this year.
Photographer Mark Stevenson caught some of the work earlier this week: