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Diseased trees could close Cwmcarn Forest Drive

Diseased trees could close Cwmcarn Forest Drive

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10:35pm Thu 15 May 14

XKeysWatt says...

I hope it doesn't close. It's a lovely place to take the kids and is right on my door step!!!
I hope it doesn't close. It's a lovely place to take the kids and is right on my door step!!! XKeysWatt
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1:40pm Fri 16 May 14

Good Job No Kids says...

Have a look what 50,000 tonnes of larch of worth at the moment, investment after felling shouldn't be a problem unless someone is secretly making a fortune somewhere.

I have been involved with subcontractors doing larch felling for this very purpose and they do it pretty much for free providing they can keep the timber.

Where is this timber destined for?
Have a look what 50,000 tonnes of larch of worth at the moment, investment after felling shouldn't be a problem unless someone is secretly making a fortune somewhere. I have been involved with subcontractors doing larch felling for this very purpose and they do it pretty much for free providing they can keep the timber. Where is this timber destined for? Good Job No Kids
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6:30pm Fri 16 May 14

B J Green says...

Good Job No Kids wrote:
Have a look what 50,000 tonnes of larch of worth at the moment, investment after felling shouldn't be a problem unless someone is secretly making a fortune somewhere.

I have been involved with subcontractors doing larch felling for this very purpose and they do it pretty much for free providing they can keep the timber.

Where is this timber destined for?
i was in a local meeting and we were told that some would be reused to make things some might go to power station. Due to the sheer volume of trees the price is bound to drop
[quote][p][bold]Good Job No Kids[/bold] wrote: Have a look what 50,000 tonnes of larch of worth at the moment, investment after felling shouldn't be a problem unless someone is secretly making a fortune somewhere. I have been involved with subcontractors doing larch felling for this very purpose and they do it pretty much for free providing they can keep the timber. Where is this timber destined for?[/p][/quote]i was in a local meeting and we were told that some would be reused to make things some might go to power station. Due to the sheer volume of trees the price is bound to drop B J Green
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