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Adam Woods replied to greg's discussion BARK job leads
"I've just scanned through the 5 pages of previous answers... you can tell its raining outside :) ...   It seems my opinion has changed re Bark over the time I've been using them. My main client where we bill about £6k a year came from Bark for £8.…"
16 minutes ago
Vic 575 replied to Michael Vickers's discussion School Supplies connecting schools buyers and supppliers
"I mow a school playing field. I got the job because I noticed the grass never looked good and I spoke to the headmistress. I was then asked to tender. It was that simple. Schools can either use the county council education departments own gardening…"
3 hours ago
Edward baker replied to Michael Vickers's discussion School Supplies connecting schools buyers and supppliers
"Any schools or anything to do with government, the tenders have to be advertised to the public as far as I'm aware and so  will be free to access. I'd be asking what exclusive benefits you will be getting over Joe public "
4 hours ago
Michael Vickers replied to Michael Vickers's discussion School Supplies connecting schools buyers and supppliers
"Need to pay £300 + VAT for 18 months"
16 hours ago
Edward baker replied to Michael Vickers's discussion School Supplies connecting schools buyers and supppliers
"Asking you to tender? Or to pay to sign up to to their list? "
17 hours ago
Edward baker replied to Michael Vickers's discussion School Supplies connecting schools buyers and supppliers
"Asking you to tender? Or to pay to sign up to to their list? "
17 hours ago
Michael Vickers posted a discussion
Hi Ive been contacted by the above, just wondering if anyone uses them, very temping offer.CheersMichael 
17 hours ago
Ben Gilg replied to Ben Gilg's discussion Problem on privet? Any ideas?
"Thanks guys , much appreciated ."
18 hours ago
Tim Wallach replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Shredders
"adding my vote for the Eliet Major.
Anything with a smaller mouth is tedious to load.  Good for up to 2 inches.  Will cope with limited greens but needs browns being fed through to keep it moving.
I've got the old style, no chute, so shred directly…"
19 hours ago
Brian's Garden Maintenance replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Shredders
"Thanks, Busy bee! For that information that great help!
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19 hours ago
Will replied to Mark Wilkinson's discussion Pandemic Discounts
"Not sure offering 10% discounts is a good move for anyone right now. I'd be concentrating on keeping customers happy but keeping income high at the same time.
There is going to be an avalanche of desperate cheap labour coming to an area near you…"
21 hours ago
Fleur Voice replied to Fleur Voice's discussion Leaf Peeping: Beautiful Autumn Colours
"It has been amazing, it's a shame it's so short-lived."
22 hours ago
Busy Bee Garden Services Limited replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Shredders
"Only 20-30 times a year, great on hedge reductions and bigger woody stuff, we tried on herbaceous plants and more trouble than it's worth, ok on long stuff like grasses/verbenia etc rest not so much."
23 hours ago
Brian's Garden Maintenance replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Shredders
"Hi Bust bee
Thnaks for that! It a new brand to me the Eliet! How offten would you say you use in in a year please?"
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Brian's Garden Maintenance replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Shredders
"Jason, what it like on softer stuff and Hedging, please?
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yesterday
Busy Bee Garden Services Limited replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Shredders
"We have had a Eliet major for the last 10 years or so and a big fan..."
yesterday
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