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Cheesy pete

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About Cheesy pete

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  • Birthday 27/11/1976

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  1. Cheesy pete

    Arb Kitten

    https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/advice/gardening-for-wildlife/animal-deterrents/cats-and-garden-birds/are-cats-causing-bird-declines/ the rspb begs to differ
  2. Cheesy pete

    Arb Kitten

    that's a load of rubbish ! there fed most cat take very little wild life . foxes, magpies, woodpeckers , birds of pray etc etc etc etc take far more than any domestic cat will
  3. Cheesy pete

    The Wee Chipper Club

    well looking at the model i'm thinking tracked chipper and a log splitter kind of a multi tool
  4. Cheesy pete

    The Wee Chipper Club

    Hi i'm very interested in this and am thankful of the offer i wait in bated breath on your obvious kindness and brilliance with machines!
  5. Cheesy pete

    The Wee Chipper Club

    couple of guys on this thread have got this and have commented on it .use the search on this website to find it
  6. Cheesy pete

    The Wee Chipper Club

    I don't mind them going off on each other but when it is mixed in with what the thread is supposed to be about it just does my head in ! this is my lvl of arb machinery so am interested in the machinery not ..........arguements but heyho
  7. Cheesy pete

    The Wee Chipper Club

    you 2 are spoiling this thread ! one more than the other . this is a thread about wee chippers and there capability and durability not the Crap you 2 are going on about!
  8. Cheesy pete

    The Wee Chipper Club

    lol our opinions on what is cheap are obviously quite different
  9. Cheesy pete

    The Wee Chipper Club

    Where are all these cheap tracked barrows that are being talked about all the time I can't find any!
  10. Cheesy pete

    Logs and Tree Debris for Chipping

    if you keep the chip it would be even cheaper! its a great weed suppressant and gives back to a garden that sounds like is in great need for a mulch or just add to a compost pile for future use . if it's got difficult access a wee chipper can still do a great job!
  11. a better picture would help close up's of bark and flowers and any budding leaf but could be blackthorn
  12. Cheesy pete

    And they wonder why the get ripped off

    had that this week as well £500 before i'd even said when I would do the job ........ very little materials involved refused as I just don't work that way ! don't know if this compares to your pump cost but i actually find that i'm frightened for them as money seems to me to be easily handed over ! but as already said gives me a good feeling that people trust me even though I refuse the cash
  13. Cheesy pete

    Dead leaning tree advice...

    is the second stem alive? if it is it's pretty easy
  14. https://www.briggsandstratton.com/eu/en_gb/support/faqs/browse/lawn-mower-oil-change.html try this
  15. Cheesy pete

    TPO'S

    quick answer is no do not touch without permission from local council

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