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About Rcop42

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  1. Cheers guys, ye "mark 1" can't wait for my CS38, on it at the end of March Bring it on! Also Harvey b Davidson and knotsure, I did it with Paul Peacock near Horncastle, great bloke really recommend, industry relevant knows his stuff....knotsure, training is thorough and easy learning.....roles off the toung with the right training lol I had done a lantra assesed course before and found that know we're as near as good. If you want his number will happily give it you : )
  2. <p>none for sale at moment</p>

  3. Brilliant, thankyou very much : )
  4. Hi I have done my LANTRA course for chainsaw maintenance/cross cutting and felling small trees. On doing these courses I realised how much I enjoy the process of felling and working with wood. However to go to the next stages I have to do my NPTC CS32. I realised that the initial stages CS30 and CS31 aren't NPTC accredited and are LANTRA. Do I have to do or is it recommended to do the NPTC sections first before going onto my NPTC CS32? Thank you for any help
  5. Thank you for the advice, have taken all on board
  6. My Father has taught me that Firewood Logs need weathering during their Firewood process. It would be great to get some people's opinions on the most successful solutions? The more opinions the better
  7. Hi Do you know anyone that will deliver it at a reasonable price? Thank you


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