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  1. Good Morning Everyone... Just wondering which Arb Events you think are the most beneficial to the Arb community? - Which is the most prestigious event that you all REALLY want to be part off? -And which Arb event is the best for finding new products and networking with Arb professionals? Thanks and have a wonderful day... MultiOne UK Team
  2. THE CUTTERS AND CLIMBERS COMPETITION AT THE EAST OF ENGLAND GAME FAIR. NORWICH SHOWGROUND, NORFOLK - 27TH AND 28TH OF APRIL. Fancy a change of scene this year? The Cutters & Climbers is open to all qualified climbers and chainsaw operators regardless of age and gender. It consists of three individual climbing, spiking and chainsaw events with separate and combined prizes for each. Entrants can pick and choose what they enter but the vast majority of competitors compete in all three, with the chance to win the much coveted ‘Most Employable Person’ or ‘Most Competitive’ titles, based on scores and performance from all three events. Climbing event - a solo simulated work scenario tests climbers with a variety of targets and aerial challenges such as our hair trigger limb walk which challenges competitors to get as far out on an artificial branch as they can without setting off an alarm. As of last year we’ve also added a MEWP element... Chainsaw event - competitors are expected to fell a standing stem, de-limb and cross cut an artificial tree with points will be awarded for the precision of cuts and the time taken to achieve them. Pole climb - two competitors head to head up the largest poles we can transport down the road. Although these fall short of the 80ft monsters that you might find at the UK championship, they more than make up for it in speed and splinters. Team relay events (Spiking / Felling / Snedding / Axe Crosscut) and other general randomness to fulfil our general remit to entertain the public will be devised as we think of them! As always, decent prizes up for grabs if that’s your thing or just the opportunity to revel in the grudging respect from your peers if it isn’t. Whether you compete or just lend a hand, there’ll be a campfire, food, music and beers waiting for you on Saturday night as thanks. All competitors / judges / assistants get free entry to the game fair as well. Keep up to date here or on the events new Facebook page. You can download the entry form HERE and email / post it to the enclosed address. Whilst we try to get tickets out to all those who enter prior to the show, you'll understand that if we receive your entry form the day before the show it'll be tricky to arrange tickets by post. See you there.


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