Chainsaw Competitions
British Chainsaw Championship
    This annual chainsaw competition is open to all chainsaw operators in the UK. The aim of the competition is to promote the accurate, safe use of a chainsaw. This is done through a series of five scoring events:

  1. Tree felling
  2. Bar and chain changing
  3. Combination bucking
  4. Precision bucking
  5. Limbing

Prizes for the British Championship 2005

The results of this competition are used to select the team for the World Loggers' Competition which is held every two years in different countries. Competitors' ages range from 18 to 80 with all levels of experience represented from newly qualifies chainsaw operators to highly experienced loggers.

Limbing event Felling event
The Royal Welsh Tree Felling Competition

This event is organised by the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society and is open to all chainsaw operators who live and work in Wales. Events are similar to those above but require a greater degree of strength and stamina.

Prize giving for the Royal Welsh Champtionship 2002

For more info contact Phil or Karen on:

Phone:   01490 460 611
Mobile:  0789 149 4341

Bookings are currently being taken for:
Local Accommodation

I will travel anywhere in the UK to deliver courses for 4 candidates. Travel expenses are 50p per mile.

Full equipment hire is available (everything from PPE to chainsaws and sharpening tools).

For more information please call Phil or Karen on 01490 460 611 or email