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Forestry job vacancy, based in Cheltenham.

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Job vacancy available with a forestry team based in Cheltenham. The majority of our work is hand cutting and tractor work.  As we work along side other contractors there are a fairly wide range of jobs undertaken. 


All kit and PPE is provided and we have a constant amount of work. Preferably looking for someone with cs30/31 or equivalent and a driving license. 


Please email: jack@fraserforestry.co.uk

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Hi jack I am based in bourton on the water and looking for someone that will give me a chance I don’t have a cs30/31 have done some landscaping with a family member for the past 5 summers with a bit of tree work I have a driving license Iam hard working and quick learner just looking for an opportunity I retire from race riding at the end of the season

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