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Harrogate, North Yorkshire - Groundies & Climbers wanted

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Thompson Tree Care is looking for ground workers/ labourers and climbers to help with increased work loads.

 

We are looking for self employed workers for up to 3 days a week with the chance for this to increase for the right person.

Must be polite and approachable, we pride our selves on good relationships with our customers as our work spreads via word of mouth. 

 

What if you have little experience? Thats ok, we are happy to train anyone up if they are keen and give the right person the help they need.

 

Work will be carried out in Harrogate, Ripon, Skipton and surrounding areas. 

 

Please contact if interested:

Tel:     07852312099

email: [email protected]

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