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  1. Ryansb

    Haddon Close

    Can receive onto tarp on front drive. Accessible from the road. No gates or fence. We use woodchip in our hen yard, to make compost, as mulch around trees at home and the community allotment, also as paths there.
  2. I am looking for around 2 tonnes (could be more once sorted out) of clean woodchip for an area for my chickens to free range on. This would be now and every few months there after. Just below the castle in bolsover nr. Chesterfield Derbyshire. Clean woodchip, hardwood etc. Please get in touch.
  3. We are looking for someone with a portable bandsaw to come and mill some Larch tree's in the Hope Valley, Derbyshire. Any offers or suggestions? Thanks Phil Mason
  4. Hi I'm moving to a small village near Ashover (between Matlock & Chesterfield) in a couple of months and would like to find subbie work with local arb firms. Ideally I'd like to find regular part-time (2 or 3 days per week) but I'd also take ad-hoc work too. I've got 4 years full-time climbing experience, cs30,31,38,39, chipper, ROLO CSCS, UA1, National Diploma Level 3 in Arb. Plus all my own climbing kit, PPE, saws, light rigging gear and a landy tipper and Public Liability Insurance. Happy to work just as a labour -only climber or as bona-fide sub-contractor. Comfortable with reductions or dismantles large and small. PM me or email [email protected] or mobile is 07967 361 604 Cheers Will
  5. Hello! I am on the search for a local lad (Derbyshire), who would like to work with me. The areas we cover are generally Littleover, Mickleover, Swarkestone, Melbourne, Duffield, Findern, Repton, Newton Soley, and surrounding areas in Derbyshire. Qualifications Minimum - NPTC CS30, CS38 Preferred - As above plus CS31, CS39 It's essential that you have your own climbing kit and PPE. This is an opportunity for a newly qualified climber to gain experience in a new tree surgery business. I am looking to work with someone who is enthusiastic, reliable, polite and approachable. We will be working together throughout the day so I'd liked us to think on similar levels and be able to have a conversation together. It would also be good to bounce ideas off each other during jobs to get the best out of us both. At present the position is part-time but as the business grows it will be more regular, hopefully. Please send me an email if interested. [email protected] Thanks.
  6. Looking for work in the Derbyshire/Yorkshire area, based in Chesterfield with license and vehicle. Contact me at [email protected]
  7. I'm looking for any work in the Derbyshire area. I am willing to travel within reasonable distance from Chesterfield where I am based e.g Sheffield, Peak District, Nottingham, Matlock etc. I hold a current driving license and own a vehicle so transport is no issue for me. I have CS30/31 qualifications and have experience as a grounds person previously. Although I have this experience I am willing to consider a different position utilising my qualification. Feel free to contact me - 07850332478 or [email protected] Chris.


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