A 13-year-old was helped down on Monday at around 7pm after he became stuck in a tree near Hoole Road, Woodchurch.
It is thought he had been playing and couldn’t find a way down so firefighters used a nine metre ladder to bring him back to the ground.
A 12-year-old was rescued from around 14ft on Saturday in Reeds Lane, Moreton as firefighters used rope and harnesses to bring him to safety.
Watch manager Ian Dixon, who is based at Upton Community Fire Station and attended both call-outs, said: “The boy helped on Saturday had been playing but had climbed quite high up the tree and couldn’t see a way of getting down again.
“This boy was around 14ft off the ground in the branches of the tree. We advise people do not climb onto objects where there is a risk they can fall and injure themselves or get stuck and require the assistance of the emergency services.”