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Not a lot I can do about this I know but it's on the increase.

I felled some lovely big sweet chestnut 26"+ diameter a few wks back with the intention to haul them out this wk only to find some thieving git had broken down the access barriers to the woodland and had it away with trees.

 

Local plod have been informed but as you'd expect, they're not interested in stolen equipment they're certainly aren't going to care about whole trees.

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8 hours ago, Forest2Furniture said:

Not a lot I can do about this I know but it's on the increase.

I felled some lovely big sweet chestnut 26"+ diameter a few wks back with the intention to haul them out this wk only to find some thieving git had broken down the access barriers to the woodland and had it away with trees.

 

Local plod have been informed but as you'd expect, they're not interested in stolen equipment they're certainly aren't going to care about whole trees.

Frustrating.  And what is the bet they just ringed it up for firewood?  And the final irony will be that they won’t dry it properly and will moan that it isn’t burning very well.

 

I feel your frustration.

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