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  1. East Kilbride man left with ‘no skin on the back of his leg’ after horror stump grinder accident WWW.THESCOTTISHSUN.CO.UK The man, 22, was described as screaming and writhing in pain after his leg was caught in a stump grinder in the “horrific” accident 1 sounds a sore one for young lad involved
  2. https://www.theguardian.com/membership/2017/dec/03/how-scotland-reduced-knife-deaths-among-young-people
  3. i live in renfrewshire quoted above and its no were near as bad as say 10 to 15 years ago whn knife crime was epidemic in west of scotland they have done a gd job reducing the no of homicide/ knife incid3nts in tht time . i witnessed my best friend been knifed in heart whh he was 16 years ol so i know 1st hand how it affects young peepo.
  4. Cheers bud [emoji106]new one for me never came across any before
  5. Came across this in a local park any help with identification would he helpful
  6. Same as above decent tyres but side walls crackin after about year n half
  7. Got nothing on nxt week if any ones looking for a climber/ groundworker own ppe saws pick up etc
  8. Whats your budget ? Husqy 562 light weight packs a punch [emoji108]
  9. Looking for any recomendations on training providers for the above course in the west central scotland
  10. Loch arkaig worth visit always a chance of seeing a white tailed sea eagle in the area
  11. Cheers m8 already had spoken with grant yesterday hopefully get chat with him on fne this week . Cheers for heads up any way bud
  12. Yes i had seen your ad on the other thread but as i have 1 year old kid stayin away is not an option for me at moment or i would have been intrested in the work
  13. Looking for climbing or groud work in the above area i have 4 yrs experiance in commercial and domestic arb nptc qualified with cross cut and maintence , small felling,climbing and rescue and aerial cutting using hand held and free fall techniques willing to travel for the right position.


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