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The grounds at St. Patrick's Church in Castlederg have recently been redeveloped with an amazing array of world class paving products from Tobermore. Founded in 1942, Tobermore are a world class paving and walling manufacturer supplying products for the commercial and domestic markets throughout the UK and Ireland.

Founded in October 1876, St. Patrick's Church was built as a breath taking neo-Gothic building, the architectural style of that period, with striking towers and spire features.

The remarkable redevelopment of the beautiful church grounds was designed by Keys & Monaghan, based in Enniskillen, and delivered by Conway Builders, L'Derry. A selection of Tobermore's Tegula block paving in mellow Bracken & Tegula Setts in demure Charcoal were the perfect choice for the traditional landscape at St. Patrick's. Tegula is a vintage-themed product with a tumbled, aged appearance. Displaying a timeless elegance and warmth, Tegula is the ideal accompaniment to the traditional splendour of a period design like St. Patrick's Church. Hazard Warning Flags in Buff are also incorporated to ensure safety in assisting blind and partially sighted visitors at the Church.

The bespoke laying patterns created are a testament to the endless design possibilities available with Tobermore products.

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Edward baker replied to Edward baker's discussion Stihl 448 mower
"James, thank you for your kind words,
I'd love to update it but it was sent out without oil!
Even though it was advertised with " special offer free oil "  reminds my of the joke about Russian cars in the 70's ... your car is ready sir.. next month…"
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David Benson replied to David Benson's discussion shrub identifcation
"thanks all"
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Edward baker replied to Edward baker's discussion Stihl 448 mower
"Ian I've gone for the basic T 
Could have spent 25 more for the mono handle but didn't think it was worth it, apparently its easier to empty the box - I plan to mulch half the time.
The VC  I could have got for £465 , 65 more than i paid for my T. A…"
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Ben Carter replied to Craig Flatters's discussion How long till we stop mowing?
"Yes it was a welcome drop, should help things!"
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James replied to Edward baker's discussion Stihl 448 mower
"Good post. Look forward to the update"
10 hours ago
Ian Harvey replied to Edward baker's discussion Stihl 448 mower
"Which version (448T, TC or VC) did you go for, and was there any specific reasons for going for that version?"
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Craig Flatters replied to Craig Flatters's discussion How long till we stop mowing?
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Craig Flatters replied to Michael Wood's discussion Hayter 48 Pro
"Great machine. Fast, does a great job. Pick up in wet is average.
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Michael Wood replied to Michael Wood's discussion Hayter 48 Pro
"Looking at feedback from people running the new model Hayter 48 Pro. Not considering other models yet."
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Steven Gerrard replied to Michael Wood's discussion Hayter 48 Pro
"I'm looking at purchasing a new mower. My local machine repairer and friend has suggested I invest in a Hayter Harrier 48. im a little confused, are you looking to buy another Hayter or are you looking for other recommendations 🤷🏻‍♂️The more researc…"
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Edward baker replied to David Benson's discussion shrub identifcation
"......one of the most common plants around! "
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Ed Fox replied to Trevor Stephens's discussion Our own Gardens....
"I'd love to see a picture of that John...sounds super cool
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20 hours ago
dan replied to David Benson's discussion shrub identifcation
"agree with spirea 'snowmound'"
21 hours ago
Colin Anson replied to David Benson's discussion shrub identifcation
"Looks like a spirea called snowmound."
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Billybop replied to David Benson's discussion shrub identifcation
"bridal wreath. Spiraea arguta"
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