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I would keep it for ' crown development was attenuating due to soil compaction ' K

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( tho Edward may remark ' that attenuated cunt on a wicker basketed bike ' :P

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Rennes area, Brittany.

 Here we have a lane closure, traffic control and police presence as we remove roadside trees just off the Rennes to Laval autoroute.

3 Brits and a Moroccan aided by 2 local council parks dept. workers.

I feel quite proud that though an 'etranger' I have become sufficiently integrated to be able to negociate work with several local councils at this level.

At the last count, 95% of our work comes from French clients within 30km.

Brexit and the fall of sterling having all but killed off the demand from Brits over the last couple of years.

   Stuart

 

 

 

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Rennes area, Brittany.
 Here we have a lane closure, traffic control and police presence as we remove roadside trees just off the Rennes to Laval autoroute.
3 Brits and a Moroccan aided by 2 local council parks dept. workers.
I feel quite proud that though an 'etranger' I have become sufficiently integrated to be able to negociate work with several local councils at this level.
At the last count, 95% of our work comes from French clients within 30km.
Brexit and the fall of sterling having all but killed off the demand from Brits over the last couple of years.
   Stuart
 
 
 
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Well done mate, I know what the Bretons are like
Took my brothers 20 years to be accepted, my parents have been there 30 years, still referred to as les anglais.

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9 hours ago, Ty Korrigan said:

Rennes area, Brittany.

 Here we have a lane closure, traffic control and police presence as we remove roadside trees just off the Rennes to Laval autoroute.

3 Brits and a Moroccan aided by 2 local council parks dept. workers.

I feel quite proud that though an 'etranger' I have become sufficiently integrated to be able to negociate work with several local councils at this level.

At the last count, 95% of our work comes from French clients within 30km.

Brexit and the fall of sterling having all but killed off the demand from Brits over the last couple of years.

   Stuart

No Mention of the fact that we found a foundation Garment capable of supporting a truly full-some set of fun bags in the lay-by and one of the crew snaffled it for their own amoral purposes.....
I have my suspicions...... 

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Not tree related but...Today’s job (so far) because the my partner has been trying to convince me for months to build a kitchen...turns out, I don’t like building kitchens. But once I’ve got my piece of Oak milled, dried and planed, it should look good as a work top.

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