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JaneG

Woodchip Mulch?

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*Didn't know where to post this - hence it's in general chat*

Hello, I work for the Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust and I was hoping an arborist local to the Birmingham area might be able to donate some unwanted woodchip. The site it's needed on is in Winson Green, however it's not open all the time so I'd need to organise a drop off time and date. We would use it to maintain various habitats around the site and as a charity organisation anything that can save us money is so welcome. I've just taken over the site management and will need woodchip over the summer and periodically throughout the year. Can anyone help? Or perhaps direct me to the correct place to post this question if this particular forum is not it!  Many thanks. 

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