Fibrous work offered in Dorset

Anyone out there? We have, in the very near future, a corridor of 8no. 6' square cross-vaulted ceilings (image of near-complete mould). These join a gallery with a lantern good light which is coved with the same profile as the vaulting. It all sits on a lighting trough which is scribed to corbels beneath the horns of the cross-vaulting. Would love to have another pair of hands on the job...
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essexandy

The Lake Governor
your getting as bad as @tapit but looking at the time you posted the drink could be a factor /and for the record andy I lost the first bass of the year yesterday
Well I take that as a deeply cutting insult Norm.
Don't worry about losing one, at least you're getting out there and doing it.
 

The Hobo

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I don’t think pissing about in my little workshop making a few ceiling roses qualifies me for the job :aburrido:
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that's how I started jess many disasters to start with then a time served fibrous plasterer moved from London to my area i already had the insitue run expierence from when I served my time as a plasterer so I ended up working with him for 2years and picked up some good tips and learned him to skim rooms which he couldn't do then sadly the drink and women fuked his life up and he took off to dubi to work but is back in London
 

smoother09

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that's how I started jess many disasters to start with then a time served fibrous plasterer moved from London to my area i already had the insitue run expierence from when I served my time as a plasterer so I ended up working with him for 2years and picked up some good tips and learned him to skim rooms which he couldn't do then sadly the drink and women fuked his life up and he took off to dubi to work but is back in London
Drink and woman a combination that can ruin any man :ROFLMAO:
 
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