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  1. Hi all, I've recently completed my CS30 Cross Cut and Maintenance and I'm looking to get into tree work as a groundie/labourer up in Newcastle upon Tyne/North East. I do want to get climbing and up into trees but I'm just trying to get my foot in the door in the industry. Would anyone be able to help out a newbie looking to get a start in the industry? Ideally looking for full time work but a few days here and there would be great so I can get some more experience under my belt. I'm keen to learn and get as much experience as I can and learn from some pros, I've experience snedding and felling trees but not a great deal but I want to learn as much as possible and make a good go in the industry. I want to get stuck in really and make my way in the industry a bit before I get other tickets. More than happy to do all the brash clearance and all the standard groundie/labourer stuff, develop my skills and go onto get all my tickets. Learning to drive so don't have my own transport currently but I'm more than happy to commute wherever needed. Got my own PPE and hunting for a decent ground saw. Contact details: [email protected] 07468204944
  2. Hi all, I've recently completed my CS30 Cross Cut and Maintenance and I'm looking to get into tree work as a groundie/labourer up in Newcastle upon Tyne/ the North East. I do want to get climbing and up into trees eventually but I'm just trying to get my foot in the door in the industry first. Would anyone be able to help out a newbie looking to get a start in the industry? I'm keen to learn and get as much experience as I can and learn from some pros, I've got some experience snedding and felling trees but not a great deal but I'm happy to graft my arse off and get the work done and learn as much as possible. Learning to drive so don't have my own transport currently but I'm more than happy to commute where needed so long as its relatively local to the north. Got my own PPE and hunting for a decent ground saw. Any and all feedback welcome. Contact details: [email protected] 07468204944
  3. Job vacancy 37 hours 28 to 31 days annual leave Pension Private health care Permanent position
  4. 2 x Full/part time climber/groundsman required to be part of a small team. Arb Association Approved Contractor with busy order book of domestic, commercial & woodland clients. Based in on the edge of the North Yorks Moors National Park, and only 7 miles from the sea, this is a lifestyle opportunity! 2 years industry experience preferred. Competitive salary based on experience. Training, and progression opportunities. Holidays, pension & PPE supplied. For info 07411922881
  5. Hi, Can anyone recommend Wood chipper servicing/repairs in the north east of england? Preferably near durham?? many thanks.

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