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Finding travelling work in Europe in March

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Hi everyone wondered if anyone might be able to point me int the right direction or have any advice with this one, me and a friend of mine are starting a big trip starting in europe with a car - I'm not too concerned about later on in the summer because I'm sure it shouldn't be to hard finding fruit picking and labouring etc, but obviously in March it's a bit colder, not really anything in season, not really sure where we'd find temporary work?

We were planning on working places for about a week at a time while we travel, but if we find something good that we're enjoying or meet some sound people then we'd probably stick around for a while! Our plans are fairly flexible. We have to leave the UK to start the trip in March due to work and living arangements, so we'll probably be starting in Amsterdam, not that we're planning on finding work there too easily, and than probably heading into france or germany. We'd probably be looking for farm type work, I am a steel fabricator / welder by trade and my friend is a dairy farmer so we're pretty capable lads when it comes to that sort of work.

Has anyone worked in europe anywhere at this time of year or could help us out at all? any advice would be appreciated!

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