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About Treestumptom

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  • Location:
    Hackney, N16
  • Interests
    music, tree climbing, making music.
  • Post code
    N16 9LJ
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  1. I’m looking to fill in Wednesdays and Thursdays. • 5 years experience • CS30,31,38,39, stump grinder and first aid certs • Full climbing kit and saw. • North London based, (Stoke newington) willing to travel up to an hour on public transport. And currently half way through learning to drive so soon to be driving! Thank you 07496910821 tomcoleman15@yahoo.co.uk
  2. Need work to pay for it first haha Just got back from travelling
  3. Treestumptom


    Hi guys, I thought I’d take a punt on here to see if anyone of north London is looking for a climber. I’m from north Stoke newington, age 22. I. Studied at Plumpton college 6 years ago where I got my Level 2, Level 3 and extended Level 3. I also hold CS30, 31, 38, 39, stump grinding cert and am first aid trained too. My Climbing kit is fully lolered and I have the correct ppe. I have plenty of experience in reduction and thin work and occasionally do take downs. Am easy to get on with and love to work hard with good people. My down side is I don’t have a driving license. All the best guys and girls I look forward to hearing from you Regards Tom Coleman 07496910821 tomcoleman15@yahoo.co.uk
  4. My 6 cylinder diesel Major pretty much there now ready for action, now on the hunt for a big old winch to go on the back.
  5. I felled a bendy only uce had me with sea legs when I got down [emoji23]
  6. Anyone else get out of the crown alive today [emoji23]
  7. Where are ya based then spud
  8. Treestumptom


    Hi guys, I’m looking to find a good service workshop to get my 020t looked at. I’m in Stoke Newington. is there any workshops near me you’d recommend?
  9. On one of the main stems of the plane tree I have been inspecting, I came across this measuring about 8 inches. On such a significant part of the tree, what are the actions to take? Further up the crown it seemed to be heathy with a few long scraggly dead bits. At this stage is monitoring all that can be done? I must add I am new to Massaria inspections And appreciate new information on the disease Cheers!!
  10. Thanks guys that’s really helpful and how about personal accident insurance?
  11. Hey guys I thought I’d just ask about professional insurance. I am thinking of getting some as a free lance climber, is there any good insurance company’s you’d recommend? Also any advice with it would be appreciated! Cheers
  12. You can’t go wrong with a major


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