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  1. Hi I'm looking for a a part-time forestry worker to work in connection with an estate management contract on the Hussey Estate, Lamberhurst, Kent. Work will be varied and will also include general estate duties. Pay will be dependant on experience. NPTC chainsaw and felling qualifications essential, plus experience with machinery. Other qualifications (Towing licence, CS 38,39 etc) a real advantage. The right person will also be working on other contracts with Discover Trees, where the work will include; tree surgery, forestry and agricultural fencing. I am also looking for new freelance climbers in the local area. Either send me a message on here or email me on chris@discovertrees.co.uk 07939805390 Cheers! Chris
  2. Hi all, Ive been at university now for almost 1 year, studying Forestry and Woodland Management, the course runs for 3 years. I love tree sugery and forestry and thought would be a good idea to get a university degree under my belt along with my college qualifications. However, i havent enjoyed any of my first year, struggle with all the work and have faild a few assignments. i much prefer just being at home and earing money instead of building up all this debt for a degree i may not enjoy or feel it being worthwhile. Im thinking of quitting if i complete this first year or just stuggle through 2 more years which i dont like the sound of. Any advice on this matter would help me out alot! cheers
  3. This tall lime tree at the end of the garden was blocking out light and becoming too large for its surrounding location so a height reduction by drop crotching was done to maintain a natural looking shape whilst allowing more light into the garden. Alderwood Tree Care | Manchester tree surgeon, felling, removal & pruning
  4. I am currently on a 10 week tree surgery course, I now have my CS30 & 31 certificates, and due to complete my 38 & 39 in the next 5 weeks. I am looking for full time work from early July in and around the Bristol & Bath area. If anyone knows of any opportunities please get in touch - 07725 403347 / hello@neilphipps.co.uk

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