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Found 10 results

  1. Nickian


    Bark clippings for landscape
  2. tomjlewis23


    A big allotment with a lot of people needing woodchip
  3. R89B

    New Beggars Well Allotment

    New Beggars Well allotments in Barry. I'm looking for woodchip and bark chip for my plot and I'm sure lots of other plot holders would like some too. Easy access in to the site with vehicle access to most plots. There's communal drop areas if no individuals want it directly on their plot.
  4. Hey guys.. We are looking to get woodchip delivered to go over the top of our motocross track that’s located on manmoal common at Ton y fedw farm Tredegar NP224NJ Adding woodchip to the track would be a massive help to prevent dust problems throughout the winter months and it makes the riding conditions fun to be riding on we will except clean wood chip only If you require access to the track please call for the code for gate : 07969 644454 On arrival you will see signs on where to tip Best, VALLEY MX
  5. Lifeinwellies

    Jacobs Creek

    We have a farm and campsite and are in constant need of woodchipping for paths and animal bedding etc. We also can take sawdust, large logs for seats, smaller logs for fires, woodchipping that doesn't compost very easily, and various other materials. Please just message us if in doubt. During the wetter months the access is not great but is suitable for a 4x4 vehicle, throughout dryer months we can accommodate up to a silage truck size. The gate is locked when we are not there so we will need to know at the very least what day the drops would be made to allow access.
  6. Rochelle


    Access is between 76 and 78 Penkhull New Road. No thorny woodchips please as its for agricultural use. Thank you
  7. iclarke84

    Grange Road Allotment

    wood chippings/bark chippings wanted for an allotment plot hardwood chippings if possible
  8. Koysii

    Clean woodchips/bark

    Would like some clean woodchips which are free of weed seeds as required to cover and suppress weeds. Will need a 2-3 days notice and at least enough to cover 20m2 about 6 inch depth.
  9. joey2307

    Freeman’s Garden

    This is a semi-detached house with a fairly large front garden at the end of a modern estate. We require bark chippings for helping to clear areas of weeds and for use in flower beds and borders. Relatively small quantities required I’d imagine but if we have room and they can be delivered without causing a barrier to getting our car in/out our property we will accept larger amounts. Also currently happy to accept logs that can be used as borders for flower beds/grass/paths. I’m no expert so have no idea what sort of materials are suitable for above purposes I’m afraid! But not fussy on size/colour of chips as long as suitable for general garden use. Logs shouldn't be too long as main use will be for flower bed borders. Don’t have means to move large logs nor cut them (easily). Thank you.
  10. East Lyng, Taunton TA3


    Wanted Bark, woodchips for flower beds, hedges, native hedgerows, native ditches banks and under trees. Lots needed! Thanks


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