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shame no one wants it being cut up

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Yeah it is nice but only had 1 chap who wanted some it's been in yard 7 years a chap came I showed him the spalted beech but he refuted that it was as he couldn't see it much on the top of slab and wanted the pieces planed and cleaned ..We are a wood yard not a furniture makers storehouse.

 

shame if any body wants to come and look collection only and just give us a nominal charge to cover loading etc . Thanks must go by this week

yard open daily 8 to 5

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Yeah it is nice but only had 1 chap who wanted some it's been in yard 7 years a chap came I showed him the spalted beech but he refuted that it was as he couldn't see it much on the top of slab and wanted the pieces planed and cleaned ..We are a wood yard not a furniture makers storehouse.

 

shame if any body wants to come and look collection only and just give us a nominal charge to cover loading etc . Thanks must go by this week

yard open daily 8 to 5

 

Mon to Friday open. weekends by arrangement

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what sort of length and section oak and ceder do you have? (mainly interested in bigger stuff 3x3 inch and bigger)

i'm a bit away but might be worth a run down if i can tie it in with something else

Thanks, john

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I had some Lime that wasn't selling and I was getting a bit sick of moving. Recently advertised it on the UKworkshop site, asking for a bottle of ale or pack of biccies per plank. It's worked quite well :) Cheers!

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It's all mixed up after moving from top yard down to process sing area I would say most is about 5 ft to 6 ft long most 2 x 3 4 x 2 6 x 2 and some 5 x 5 and 6 x 6 bit 3 x 3. tbh if you want it come down this week else next week it will be cut up. I'm sure you can get something to make something nice out of it all.

joy

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