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skyhuck

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About skyhuck

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  • Birthday 18/10/1969

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    Northwest England
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    Climber/Director

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  1. Not if they are clipped several times a year. I remember many years ago I was asked to remove a large Laylandii, it was over 65ft tall and the trunk was about 2ft in diameter. It was the last tree in a hedge. The hedge was about 8ft tall, 2ft deep and the sides were like the felt on a billiard table. The guy cut it several times a year. The trunks on the hedge were about 4 or 5 inches. He had planted it 25+ years ago and had decided to leave the last tree un-clipped, just to see how it would do. Nothing wrong with Laylandii as a hedge, just need to be properly maintained.
  2. Were you listening to Buddy Holly?
  3. Yes, mostly in hardwoods. IMO, most barbers chairs are caused by too small a gob. I can't really see how a large gob would lead to BC ?
  4. Thing is I charge for it, even if I don't use it.
  5. IME, if you have been going long enough and do a good job, you can make good money. I no longer advertise at all, but get offered far more work than I can possible do.
  6. Thats the clients drone, checking progress 😁
  7. He defiantly ain't........ but the climber might be 😉
  8. My post was a direct quote lifted from the government site. Rest breaks at work - GOV.UK WWW.GOV.UK Workers' rights to rest breaks at work - length of breaks, how your age affects rest breaks, exceptions to the rules for...
  9. Workers have the right to one uninterrupted 20 minute rest break during their working day, if they work more than 6 hours a day. This could be a tea or lunch break. The break doesn’t have to be paid - it depends on their employment contract.
  10. Have I logged on to mumsnet by mistake?

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