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  1. Thanks for the reply but not looking for full time. Thanks again
  2. Hi all, I live in Tonbridge near Sevenoaks in Kent and looking to add contacts to the list. I am a confident climber willing to tackle all trees (cue sacrificial subbie). I have all my own climbing kit, PPE, and climbing saw with 30, 31, 38, 39, 41 and chipper tickets. If you want my CV get in contact at millzy4879@gmail.com
  3. Bloody autocorrect. Email is millzy4879@googlemail.com
  4. Experienced climber looking to add to contacts and fill some days. Live in west Kent but can travel. All the usual tickets , CS30, 31, 38, 39, 41, chipper, stump grinder. I have all my own gear and PPE. Email address is millzy4879@gmail.com Mobile : 07530197285 Michael
  5. Still looking to fill Saturdays
  6. Hi. I am looking to do Saturday work in Kent or South East. 2 years experience as a climber. Confident and very hard working with all PPE and climbing kit. Have all relevant tickets 30, 31, 38, 39 with chipper and stump grinder tickets. Pm me or email at michael_mills4879@hotmail.com for a full cv or any other details Thanks in advance, Michael
  7. Preferably as climber but will do ground work. I have 30, 31, 38, 39 with chipper and stump grinder tickets. Iv got all climbing kit and PPE. Message if interested
  8. I use new England agama (13mm). It's a pretty rope I think. Doesn't self tend till there's a fair bit of rope but that's why I wanted an 11mm. No it's not soft. If your going to the arb fair I'd wait and have a look at it. Iv only used it 3 times so not extensive testing lol
  9. Iv got it as a short rope cos I wasn't sure about it either. It's thinner than I thought but God it self tends well with the ZZ. If u want it as a 30m i think ur hand would hurt. Oh and personally I find the ZZ doesn't like it with a pulley, the cambium saver is better but that's a personal preference. Hope that helps
  10. That answers my question then :-) Sent from my GT-I9505 using Arbtalk mobile app
  11. Well I was going to get a husky tomorrow but now im sweati g too.dont know which to get.read 90% of all the reviews on both. Do I just go for it or what? Sent from my GT-I9505 using Arbtalk mobile app
  12. Theres a trick that iv seen people In the army do to waterproof thier boots. Seems wierd and dont know how hot it would be in winter but....get some merry golds and cut the hand off. Put the arm part of the merry gold on ur leg before u put ur boot on and then once the boot is on u stick the rubber over. Might be excessive but hey Sent from my GT-I9505 using Arbtalk mobile app
  13. Hi all, Iv been on here a while now but cant find much about this, so.. Im currently leaving the army and going to Kingswood to do the training. I'm looking to do occational days to gain experience, for reduced wages and wondered if this is the right approach. I'd be looking for work around East London/North Kent areas. Thanks in advance :-) Sent from my GT-I9505 using Arbtalk mobile app

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