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TreeWork Scotland

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    Edinburgh, Midlothian

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  1. TreeWork Scotland

    Groundie req 4 weeks birmingham

    Must have full PPE and Certs, passport / driving license cscs pref. 07794167589
  2. Required for large contract in Scotland - PTS will be necessary but possibility of training for right persons. good rates of pay. full PPE SAWS Equipment and certificates required. send c.v. / email in first instance to contact@treeworkscotland.com or call 07794167589
  3. no waste removal - full certs required. call 07794167590
  4. Monday And further dates - lost phone so mark and old contacts please get in touch again. Must be fully certified and experienced. Matt 07794167689
  5. Immediate work to cover holidays and new contracts - mainly Commercial work Glasgow, Edinburgh and between. Call Matt 07794167589 email contact@treeworkscotland.com or office on 0131 510 2013
  6. TreeWork Scotland

    Tweed Valley Forest Festival

    Its a little after the fact but I simply have to write about the amazing Tweed Valley Forest Festival we visited last year! We visited the wood markets at Peebles Community centre and out on the green as part of the Tweed Valley Forest Festival held on sat and sun. The indoor market had a fantastic selection of beautiful hand made wood products, including furniture, bowls etc and wood for carving. We picked up a couple of Christmas presents and had to leave before we went too far. The outdoor market was really busy – lots of activities for kids to do and crafts to try out. Some of the best chainsaw carvers in Scotland were there competing in Carvefest! They created some amazing carvings – the competition was won by Garry Shand; he won the judges and the people choice for his carving of two bears sitting in a tree. The Scottish Conker Championships were held for the 9th year running, the winners were: Junior – Jack Craigen; Youth – Stuart Head; Adult – Steve Whitehorn; Rogue – Iain Laidlaw. Peebles food festival was there too with delicious food and drink. All in all this is a really great gathering of all things 'woody' each year it is growing and the organisers are looking for anyone making wooden crafts or other things produced in a woodland to exhibit next year. It is a great day out for all the family and runs Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd October 2016 (10.30am to 4.30pm). Further Details can be found at Tweed Valley Forest Festival - Wood Market, Conkers & More!
  7. Certified Climbers and Cutters wanted for commercial and domestic works, weekends and weekdays - Must have PPE and Tickets. Work available until Christmas and Beyond contact@treeworkscotland.com
  8. Hi certified Climbers and Cutters wanted for commercial works and planting, weekends and weekdays - Must have PPE and Tickets. Work available this and next weekend and for the next few weeks. 0131 510 2013
  9. TreeWork Scotland

    Jensen a530t and trailer stolen

    Fri May 1st in South Edinburgh between 9-12pm. reward. 2004 complete refurb. Please contact us if you are offered this chipper

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