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Found 19 results

  1. Jack J

    30 Grove Park Garden

    Any woodchip or log tip is very welcome and hugely appreciated, we have a large communal garden at the back of the house, woodchip is excellent for paths, mulch, compost, biochar making and soil building. Access is very easy straight to the driveway next to bins on top of a wood chip covered drive already, from the main road number 30 Grove Park on the right just up the hill from Chadwick Road large tipper lorry can drive straight up and tip! Thanks so much.
  2. RJS

    Garden needing mulching :)

    We are making a garden. Mulch is our friend . Please leave chips/material on the front driveway but call first to arrange a time. thank you Rebecca & Ben
  3. Drive into ashcombe car park (free toilets) end house with 5 bar gate (see image)drop inside gate turn around in car park We are in between st luke’s church and the pub - begins red phone box - end house
  4. Private residence, please contact prior to delivery. Chipping a used for garden.
  5. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • WANTED
    • USED

    Wanted - woodchips for a forest garden project, home-ed group (not for profit) Simonsbath, please get in touch WE NEED YOUR WOODCHIPS URGENTLY

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

    Minehead, Simonsbath - GB

  6. Please drop off inside 5 bar gate, there is space to turn around in Ashcombe car park, there are toilets there too. We are the lane behind the red phone box, Ashcombe car park and toilet - in-between the pub and the church Push bike outside the villa - 5 bar gate, no need to pre arrange Woodchip, logs, cord, soft/hardwood We can offer you a take away coffee - please ask when you turn up
  7. Jonny2207

    4 Weald Place, BN13 2FA

    Bark/wood chippings to be deposited on driveway. Please call in advance so that I can place a tarp Down - tel Jon on 07747840451
  8. hollycc25

    Holly's Veg Patch

    I am creating a vegetable patch/allotment and would like to use woodchip for the paths (60-90cm wide, 8m long). I would also like to use logs to create edges for the beds. We have a large gate near the allotment so easy to access (lawn garden, gravel driveway). Any help with woodchip and/or logs would be much appreciated! If you would like to contact me for more info or directions to the site, please email or text, thank you!
  9. 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
  10. marcdavidtomlinson@gmail.com

    M&Ems Drive

    This is our driveway and we're interested in taking woodchips for mulching in the autumn/winter as well as for our chicken run.
  11. iclarke84

    Grange Road Allotment

    wood chippings/bark chippings wanted for an allotment plot hardwood chippings if possible
  12. Monika Janson

    Monika's garden

    Would like to have some wood chippings/mulch for my garden. Thanks
  13. M60tts

    WB - Private garden

    Hi private home looking for chippings and mulch for paths and beds. Please leave far right of driveway by double gates. Thanks. Mark
  14. Laraine

    Rushope

    No yew or laurel please
  15. DaffyDave

    Private home

    This is my home and can take about 10, 1 ton bags of wood-chips at a time. at the front or if not bagged and is loose can be tipped no problem. Some are for my allotment site too but need to drop it here at home. Thank you.
  16. Looking for any woodchips suitable for gardens and pathways to use as mulch. Thanks.
  17. Woods

    Garden project

    Family home. Looking to recycle garde waste for large garden project
  18. We are at 133 Reigate Road, Epsom, Surrey. KT17 3DE. Tel: 020 8393 1095. Here is an up to date pricelist for our Green Waste Recycling Facility. We look forward to seeing you soon! pricelist 2019.rtf Our opening times are Mon - Fri. 0730 - 1600. Saturday 0730 - 1200.
  19. Biddy kinsella

    biddy kinsella

    mulch/woodchips wanted. unsprayed

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