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  1. Morning all, Coastal Tree Care is looking for experienced, fully-qualified climbers with great skills! Self-employed or on the books if preferred. Virtually all of our work is in the South Dorset area, with a huge variety of clients. Salary or day day rates based on efficiency and experience. Please give Dale a call on 07530 686040 for more details, or email your cv and copies of qualifications to [email protected] Immediate start available. https://www.coastaltreecare.co.uk/
  2. Morning all. I’m looking for an experienced subbie climber to join our small team. Most of our work in or around Weymouth and Dorchester. Immediate start for the right person/s. Call Dale on 07530 686040 Coastal Tree Care Ltd
  3. Small job, but I'm keen to practice filming as much video as possible, for the following reasons; It's good for website SEO The team like to share their exploits with family and friends It's a useful learning aid - spotting mistakes then discussing alternative techniques It can be fun, adding an extra dimension to the job Clients also like to see the videos Like most arbtalkers, I'm learning all the time, and hope to make steady improvements as I pick up tips along the way (in both video and work generally!)
  4. Danny dismantling a small Eucalyptus in Weymouth, Dorset. He's only been climbing for a couple of months (and by no means regularly) but he's loving every minute of it. [ame] [/ame]
  5. This is my first attempt at carving anything (and it shows) but the clients were delighted. Needs to be tidied up to remove the chain marks, but I'm happy with the basic size/shape etc... The tree was over 100 years old and was infested with old nails and things - spent more time sharpening than actually cutting [ame] [/ame]
  6. Hi all, and Happy New Year! I have to admit to being an infrequent contributor but like to dip in and out to keep up with what's going on out there. I'm based in Weymouth, Dorset and have just taken my first tentative steps into video Having been inspired by August and several others, I've recently joined the GoPro club, and have just posted my first arb video on YouTube. I know it's not up to the high standard you can find elsewhere, but maybe in time, who knows... I hope you enjoy it! Dale Coastal Tree Care [ame= ] [/ame]

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