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About Norholt

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  • Location:
    West London
  • Interests
    Exploring nature with 4yo, Paleozoic Fossils,Molecular biology, Existentialist fiction, Bible study
  • Occupation
    Tree Surgeon
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  1. <p>Sorry I've been away & just picked up your messages please let me know of any other jobs you are doing Tom mobile 07788411021 or land line 01494 890444</p>


    <p>Thanks, it's to late for me to call you just now but you can reach me tomorrow on 07770521244...</p>

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    <p>Speak soon.</p>



    <p>Hi, I would like some of your wood please.</p>

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    <p>I am always on the lookout for timber you want to get rid of.</p>

    <p>I would happily come get it from you as long as it’s free/cheap. Any now or in the future please send me a pm. </p>

    <p>I am not in the industry just looking for stuff to season for my Rayburn to keep the bills down.</p>

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    <p>I could hire a grab lorry(or better suggestion) for the day to retrieve it.</p>

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    <p>Or I have a VW transporter van I can borrow for the day and collect a load or two.</p>

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    <p>Towser 07912642240</p>

    <p>Thanks in advance</p>


  4. I'd eat my own pasta, cold. It's someone else's cold pasta I find less appealing. Like the dashboard ketchup trove, the stuff has an uncertain history, and there's nowhere for the absent flavour not to hide. (For a pasta sauce that retains it's character in tepid climes, you have to start by dissolving a couple of anchovies in a splash of oil. And perhaps add a spray of mustard seeds. Followed by a dash of balsamic. Then you're winning.)
  5. Hi all, I need to clear some space in my wood storage area, and I don't have the time or manpower to convert it into firewood sales this winter, so... If there is a firewood merchant out there who wants to stock up, let me know - the wood is free. There's a big pile, I would hazard there is 30 ton but really that's a very rough guess. The vast majority is hardwood, and most of it has been in situ for a year or more. You can access the site with a 7.5tonne lorry, any time of day. Alternatively, if anyone wants just a little slice of the action that's fine too. The area is W11 / NW10, Kensal Green, London.
  6. I have around 30 tons of firewood available in the W11 / NW10 area of London. Most of it is seasoned around 1 year, and the majority is hardwood. The wood is in rounds and lengths. The wood is available without charge, I just want to clear a bit of space, so if you want any of it let me know.
  7. Hi John, at the moment I don't have the time to deliver wood to you, but if you have a friend who has a truck or trailer then you can select any wood you like from my wood storage area. The wood is in the Ladbroke Grove / Kensal Green area (W11 / NW10). It can be accessed any time of day, there is around 30 tons available. There's a mixture of rounds and lengths, all different sizes. The vast majority is hardwood, and most of it is already seasoned a year or more. Let me know if you want more information, there's no charge for the wood, and the same applies to anyone else reading this post.


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