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Andrew L

Advice please: at a crossroads,,,

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10 months on and is the op still alive or has he died from stress?? seems like has too much on his plate from reading this thread...
Or another near miss that was a bit too near?

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I am still present and correct.

Your concern for my wellbeing is most touching, not.

 

Update: business continues to grow, investing heavily in kit.  Just completed SRT.  About to undertake HGV medical.  Once that completed, prov licence application will wing off to DVLA.  Probably will do Class 2 but we will see, new options now available from HM Govt in light of current HGV driver shortage.  

140 poplar contract is underway but modified to fell and re-plant.  

 

NHS work only occasional atm, which suits me.

 

Ta for advice, again

A

 

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