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  1. Hi, I'm a highly experienced tree man (35 yrs experience) looking for work... am prepared to travel anywhere if the money is right. Started climbing at 14 and have climbed most of my life, but getting a bit old now,though still fit.. Got experience of hardwood and softwood forestry (including skyline winching) and working on street trees including emergency works. I've got NPTC ground tickets, C&G Arb and a clean 7.5 ton licence (inc. trailer). If you need recommendations, please feel free to contact Brian Moore (Elite Trees) or Craig Ketley ( Surrey Tree Care). Also worked for Tony Saunders at Homegrown Timber and Urban Forestry (Watford)... Part time could suit well, though will consider anything....not bad with fencing and mechanics.Take care and have a good one out there, lads, Tel. 07971 359246 Email cyrustrees@yahoo.co.uk
  2. Gerry Ryan here from Abbey Sawmills, Ireland. I'm enquiring in relation to ash tree's suitable for hurley's and if any Forestry worker comes across this product from there line of work. My team and I have over 20 years experience in Forestry(felling, saw milling). We have full public liability and the required chainsaw certificates for felling, and my tree surgeon will fell roughly 50 - 70 ash tree's per day. Ash suitable for hurley's description The ash tree's suitable tend to fall in the 20 - 60 year old span,with a breast height diameter of 20 - 50 cm being the optimum range. Only the bottom 3 - 4 feet (1.3 meters) of the tree is suitable for hurley's which leaves the rest for chipping's,milling or fire wood. I am currently paying in the UK for ash tree's suitable for hurley's £ 230 per m3 for quality ash. I can also provide pictures of the ash tree's which we have sourced throughout the UK,Ireland and other European countries this past year and also a video that will show the type of felling that takes place if interested. References from past work in UK woodlands/Estates and UK Forestry consultants available upon request. Yours sincerely, Gerry Ryan Abbey Sawmills Ireland. gerryryanhurl@gmail.com 00353 861903167
  3. We are looking for self employed cutters to help with Chestnut fencing production. Applicants will need to have at least there CS30 and and there own transport to and from work, and insurance. We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic, hard working and happy to work in the best of the british weather as part of out team. E-mail us at cgwchestnut@hotmail.com or give Matt a call on 07505 094 691
  4. We are currently looking for a full time Forestry/Estate worker for a client owning a rural estate in Midlothian, Scotland. The ideal candidate would be • Experienced in chainsaw use holding tickets for wind blow and felling large diameter trees. • Experienced in tree planting, chemical weeding of trees and fencing. • Experienced in tractor driving. • Able to work effectively with others in a team. • Have at least 10 years experience in a similar role and be physically fit. A competitive pay and benefits package available To apply please send your CV to Andy Greathead, Smiths Gore, Haddington House, 28 Sidegate, Haddington EH41 4BU. e-mail: andy.greathead@smithsgore.co.uk

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