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  1. This is related to the “Hummin’ a tune in a tight spot” thread, but less musical. I was working serenely today, doing some simple treework: pruning and sawing in the Spring sunshine - and it felt almost like a rest-day because it was so mind-wanderingly enjoyable. However, something weird always happens when I am in this kind of “Happy Place”. Please don’t laugh, but for years: decades even - this is exactly when I always find myself unconsiously humming (or worse even: singing) “Greensleeves”! I’ll be honest with all here: I try and suppress it, but somehow it leaks out like a dog wagging his tail when happy. Today, when it happened - I suddenly realised why. I was always at my happiest as a tom-boy messing about outside, climbing trees, bridges, fences, walls and roaming in the suburban edgelands and green-scapes where I grew up - digging up “treasures” and rocks; picking blackberries, apples, leaves and petals, cutting back undergrowth, exploring and making dens, camps and miniature gardens and landscapes. I had a lot of freedom to do this as a child. This was me in my “Happy Place” - immersed in the “work” of a child: which is play. This memory is entwined with a tune. It is the tune of an ice cream van that came regularly to the neighbourhood where I played. The same tune that takes me back to my childhood like a Pavlovian response to working or playing in the outdoors amidst the trees and greenscapes today. The ice cream van played Greensleeves. Incessantly. I am a hostage to this tune. But now I realise where it comes from, it no longer makes me wince. It makes me smile.
  2. alistairmagee

    Groundsman/ climber required.

    Good evening All, I appreciate its short notice, Is there any one who is self employed who can help me on a job Next week? The job is near Ascot and it shouldn't be too taxing, just general ground work and tree work, could do with Tuesday May, Thursday and Friday. Please text or call me on 07886028830. Thank you. Alistair Magee
  3. Due to an increase in work load we require a self-employed, relatively experienced and qualified climber to help out. Best suited to someone who needs to fill their week and is quite flexible regarding which days they can offer. We are based in Pontardawe near Swansea and can offer part time (2 to 4 days per week). Employment would be considered for the right person. Please see our website (www.tenderleaf.co.uk), facebook page (@tenderleatreeservices) and Instagram (@tenderleaf_trees) for more info on us. Or call Paul on: 07887911470
  4. alistairmagee

    Groundsman/climber looking for work.

    Hi all, Ive been contacted by a guy called Darrell, I met this guy several years ago while subbing to a Tree works who was doing street tree works company in London, He's based close to Guildford and is looking for work. Can any one help him? His number is 07922535463. He is too far away from me.
  5. Hello All, I have a customer that has a rather large oak tree in the rear garden near the house / conservatory. They would like to have a reduction made on the tree to gain some light but also make the tree healthy again. By the looks of the tree it hasn't had any decent work on it for a while and there is deadwood and suckers which are not needed. The house has a big area for van and chipper and good side access. The tree is right by a fence line with the neighbours, however a good amount of area to drop rubbish in the owners garden. There are in Stevenage, Herts and i think the tree is under a TPO - although at present time I've not checked. Anyone out there up for this job? I have been asked to find a decent contractor to complete job. Help is needed as they are asking bout when it will be done not if! Thanks Rob
  6. Ftburr

    Full time posistion.

    full time posistion availble working with burridge fencing & treework. Main duties consist of groundwork on treework and domestic and estate/AGRIG fencing, also landscaping. Great opptunity to have a job doing varied and differant jobs each week. Ideally looking for a keen worker between the age of 20-30 good pay available depending on skills. Please visit Burridge Fencing & Treework for more details and to contact me. Located in east sussex.
  7. treewalker

    Climber-Sydney, OZ

    Hello We are a small, inner city, tree company in Sydney, Australia We have been in the industry for close on 30 years. We are seeking a climber/s for our company. The criteria are many, but here's a few - thinking through a job calmness respect for other members of the crew ability to communicate ideas and work practices to clients. The work is quite varied, always technical and with the occasional big tree take down. The successful applicant would eventually take over the day to day running of the business. We would be willing to sponsor an applicant after a trial period. All initial enquiries include your experience, qualifications, contact details to - enquiries101@gmail.com

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