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    Ben Law - Woodsman

    Was in Waterstones the other day and saw the new book by Ben Law, anyone given it a read?

    Look quite good, might have to get it if it gets good reviews.
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    Hi. I bought a copy recently. It is not a bad read, especially if you are interested in traditional woodland management, coppicing etc. If you don't fancy splashing out the 15 you are welcome to have mine and then pass it onto another forum member.

    PM your address etc if interested.

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    Seen it in there and have been tempted, might drop a hint for fathers day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartooon View Post
    Hi. I bought a copy recently. It is not a bad read, especially if you are interested in traditional woodland management, coppicing etc. If you don't fancy splashing out the 15 you are welcome to have mine and then pass it onto another forum member.

    PM your address etc if interested.
    id certainly like a read at some point if its going around the members?

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    Added to my Amazon wish list

    Will go nicely with my collection of woodland management books.

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    Thanks Bartoon, that is a very generous offer which is very much appreciated! PM on its way.

    Matt more than happy to send it to you once Ive read it.

    All the best,
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    how was the book gents?
    'Experience is the most efficient teacher of all things,'

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    Im half way through it, and all good so far, given me a few ideas to try

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    I have downloaded this one onto my phone and have to say that I am finding it difficult to put down. The misses is going to start getting suspicious soon.

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    Just finished and recommend to anyone with an interest in the woods. This book was a fascinating insight into learning the woodland ways, earning a living and a view into the future that rings so true.

    Time to read it again now...

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