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 on: 23 June, 2007, 10:17 
Started by Woodmaster - Last post by Woodmaster
The Lisnavagh Timber Project is seeking applications for the post of a full time Assistant Manager.   

Responsibilities include obtaining logs for milling, handling stock, responding to enquiries and sales.   

The start date is immediate, but we can & will wait for the right person for the job.

Salary depends on experience.  Sales commissions can be included.  We do not expect many applications for this unique position. This salaried position can grow with the business.

This is a good career opportunity for anyone interested in Irish hardwoods and how to use them.

All enquiries are welcome.   

For further details, please email, call +353 59 9161784 or write to William Bunbury, The Lisnavagh Timber Project, Lisnavagh, Rathvilly, Co Carlow.

 on: 23 May, 2007, 17:11 
Started by mandn design - Last post by mandn design
can anyone please help? i am thinking of importing bar stools made of sheesham wood from india, but have heard that due to the fact that the wood is so hard and that there is no give or flexability in it, that it is prone to cracking or breaking when force is applied. i am also concerned of the overall build quality of indian furnature. any words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated. thank you.

 on: 21 May, 2007, 08:50 
Started by browndog10 - Last post by geoff_tulip

District Offices
East District
The Grange
Castlewellan Forest Park
Co. Down
Tel: +0044 2843 772240
Fax: +0044 2843 771762

 on: 18 May, 2007, 23:10 
Started by browndog10 - Last post by browndog10
thanks for reply, would you have a contact name or
address for 'forestry service up north' , thanks again, Adrian

 on: 04 May, 2007, 14:51 
Started by browndog10 - Last post by geoff_tulip
you can buy douglas fir quite easily from the forestry service up north - finding someoone to mill it for you is more difficult, but there are places who will, try the yellow pages there will be a softwood sawmill near to you i am sure, since you only want short lengths of small boards you may be able to rip them yourself with a decent bandsaw

 on: 20 April, 2007, 00:47 
Started by browndog10 - Last post by Woodmaster
If anyone has an answer for this forum member, it would be greatly appreciated.

 on: 17 February, 2007, 22:11 
Started by browndog10 - Last post by browndog10
    I am looking for Douglas Fir for building beehives. I am told it is
    very durable, thanks, adrian

 on: 10 February, 2007, 00:16 
Started by celt - Last post by celt
hi william
           havent tried the sycamore yet searching for a special design for that will mix the yew and sycamore together , to me the sycamore is like a chocalate flake on a 99 ice cream cone saving the best for last thank you for the complimaint will be in touch for more timber soon

 on: 09 February, 2007, 14:21 
Started by celt - Last post by Woodmaster
Hi Carl
Thanks for your posts.   Those pieces of work look wonderful - well done!  I think you also got some sycamore form us too - have you tried working with that yet?
Best wishes

 on: 07 February, 2007, 00:31 
Started by celt - Last post by celt
i love this yew timber just another piece to show its nearly finished but love the grain that runs through the yew

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