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edward_holt

Oak in Hursley, Hampshire

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Morning all

 

We have a lot of oak a get away from site. two trees, the largest being approx 2m DBH.

 

we have a tractor with medium sized grab with a trailer so can deliver, but needs to be as close to site a possible as I'll have to do multi trips and it is not a fast tractor!

 

If you have a big grab and trailor set up then your more than welcome to take the lot, or as much as you like.

 

Any questions please ask. Or any ideas of who might be interested welcome.

 

PM me with a phone number and I'll call you back.

 

thanks for you time.

 

Ed

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Hi Ed,

 

sorry not related to your original post (although I see it's had lots of "looks" but no replies!)

 

I wondered if your avatar was a Dorset flag so googled it, hadn't seen that before!

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Morning all

 

We have a lot of oak a get away from site. two trees, the largest being approx 2m DBH.

 

we have a tractor with medium sized grab with a trailer so can deliver, but needs to be as close to site a possible as I'll have to do multi trips and it is not a fast tractor!

 

If you have a big grab and trailor set up then your more than welcome to take the lot, or as much as you like.

 

Any questions please ask. Or any ideas of who might be interested welcome.

 

PM me with a phone number and I'll call you back.

 

thanks for you time.

 

Ed

 

Any pics?

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Hi Ed,

 

sorry not related to your original post (although I see it's had lots of "looks" but no replies!)

 

I wondered if your avatar was a Dorset flag so googled it, hadn't seen that before!

 

Yeah, Dorset flag it is, I think they had a competition a few years back to come up with a county flag. Jumping on the South West Flag band wagon.

 

I moved down about 10 years back and love the place.

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Why was it being felled in the first place?

 

No one ever mentions it - disease, dangerous etc?

 

Also, for every tree felled, how many are planted to replace it / them...???

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