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Hi guys

 

Am looking for some work in the south. Based in Hampshire but will go to neighbouring counties. Self employed. Looking for something freelance style. Have a bit of work for myself but need a few more days each week to make things up. Have climbing tickets, Chapter 8, Insurance, van, chipper, saws, lowering kit etc etc. Will quite happily ground for someone or a bit of climbing. Any work or leads would be greatly appreciated. Inbox me or contact on 07789644322.

 

Email: info@peteryeatesarb.co.uk

 

Cheers Pete

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