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Few tonnes of seasoned Hardwood required

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Let me know if you have anything for free - arbwaste. Stuff that's not good enough to sell and you need a tidy site. Especially if you are in my area  HP23 4QU. I would like your Hardwood timber please/thank-you. Especially if you can just dump it on our drive.


I am not in the industry just looking for stuff to season for my Rayburn to keep the bills down so not too fussy what I receive.



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Try your local saw mill, ask them about their slab wood. This may be the cheapest way of doing it. Also try your local tree surgeons, they may be able to help. To be honest, the days of free wood are pretty much over as everything has a value as the costs rise. Good luck.

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Thank-you. Tanat Valley Firewood


There was a guy on here who I got 7 tonnes off last year for the price of the delivery costs. But he is not picking up his messages at the moment.


Hadn't thought of trying our local saw mill, will ask them about their slab wood. Tree surgeons around here sell their wood as there are soo many people with burners now.

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