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  1. R J

    Richard

    Clean wood chippings needed for flower bedding and mulching. Please call to arrange time.
  2. Our client is busy local authority tree section in Berkshire . There is an opportunity for two qualified Groundsman Arborists to join their Arb section . Pay rate £10.44PH depending on qualifications and experience on a temporary to permanent basis. Applicants ideally should have experience of working in arboriculture, together with an NPTC or equivalent qualification. You should be self-motivated, hard working and a team player The position will initially be employed on a temporary basis but the position will transfer to permanent for the right candidate. Benefits include a 37-hour week and 28 days leave . For more information please contact [email protected] or call 01743 344466 quoting reference 1705-12
  3. As the managing director of my business, I can describe my work when finished at the end of the day as pristine, professional and safe. If your a qualified and experienced climber/ tree surgeon with NPTC qualifications and are looking to join my team of other tree surgeons, we all respect the same attitude whilst working on the job that I arrange; A professional and polite attitude to all customers, respect for the trees or hedges etc that we work on and most importantly respect for the machinery used. We are fully insured, professional tree surgeons that aim for the highest quality finish for each job and are interested in someone to join that can fit this description, so if you are interested please email me and get in touch. [email protected] Kind regards J
  4. Needed for 5 days ground clearance work in Reading. To start Monday 25th January. Please email [email protected] with relevant qualifications and pay expectations. Must have own equipment / chainsaw / PPE
  5. What are you reading at the moment? Here is mine for a while....
  6. I brought 'The climbers companion' and its a really good read but it only has climbing techniques. Can anyone help me with any decent books on perhaps chainsaw and cutting techniques side of things...or the tree health, growth and disease side of things...cheers by the way ive looked at modern arboriculture and its too expensive so that's out of the picture

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