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C&G level 3 Arb Student looking for work

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I've just started a 2 year college course in Arb & Forestry in Durham, and I need so many hours of relevant work experience for my course. 34 years old, not scared of hard work or long hours or bad weather. Any work out there for me? Or any advice on where to look?

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We're a well established tree surgery business based in Guisborough, North Yorkshire, about 30 miles from Durham, if you're prepared to travel.  Plenty of work experience available. Give me a ring if you're interested 07411922881  Kevin.

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