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Old 20-04-17   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone running a five-day course in the next few weeks? (Bristol and SW region)

Evening all,

I'm looking for a combined chainsaw maintenance, cross-cutting and small tree felling course. I'd use the numbers, bit I'm not totally sure which ones to use these days!

I'll trawl the internet this evening and tomorrow but I just thought some of the trainers my frequent this forum.

Looking for dates in the middle of May or mid to late June. Definitely before August if possible.

Thanks,

Rob.
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Thanks both. I'll be ringing around today.

Keep them coming though. Blake Training didn't come up in my searches last night so I expect there are others that don't appear as well.

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I'm doing my training with Lynher at the moment, can't rate them highly enough! Good variety of instructors from different backgrounds.
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I'm doing my training with Lynher at the moment, can't rate them highly enough! Good variety of instructors from different backgrounds.
Just had a chat with them and they seem really helpful.

Quite a big operation by the looks of things with loads of courses running.

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