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Work for estate agents

Hello.I was approached today by a local owner to an estate agents and asked if I would be willing to work for them and clean/tidy the gardens at end of tenancy. And look after the gardens. Just want to know if any body out there has experience with d
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Etesia UK, the UK distributor of Pellenc battery-powered tools has announced it will now offer a three year commercial warranty as standard. The warranty is an extension of the normal manufacturers 12 month warranty.

General Manager for Etesia UK, Les

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Do you own or run a Guest House, B and B, pub or hotel in Lincolnshire?

Would you like more customers, turnover and profit? - of course you would!

There's one very simple way to increase your passing trade, which as we all know, often leads to recommen

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ANP Services Spalding are well known throughout the Spalding area and due to demand, we are happy to announce we have now extended our coverage into the Bourne, Baston and Morton regions too.

We have had several requests for works throughout this regi

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ANP Services Spalding are the answer you are looking for, for all your professional garden and commercial grounds maintenance requirements in and around the Spalding, Lincolnshire area.

 

We carry out all aspects of professional garden and commercial g

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Ayegardening

Ayegardening is a friendly, reliable, hard working family gardening business serving Crawley, Horsham and Dorking areas but also spanning across Surrey and West Sussex.

Gardening services:

  • Regular garden maintenance
  • Commercial and domestic
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ANP Services Spalding have heavily invested in equipment over recent months, meaning that we can offer an even more cost efficent service to all of our domestic garden and commercial grounds maintenance customers in and around the Spalding area.

Our r
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Top Safety Accreditation for Sonic Landscaping.


Sonic Landscaping is one of the latest group of successful companies to join a leading edge scheme, designed to help industry improve its safety record.

Sonic Landscaping proprietor, Steve Wilkinson sai

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Open forum activity

Dougie replied to Dougie's discussion Stihl fsa 135r
"Hi billybop it turns out its the moter that it done in needs replaced"
3 hours ago
Dougie replied to Dougie's discussion Stihl strimmer keeps cutting out
"No i havent hit anything with the strimmer not sure weather to cut my losses and get a new stihl strimmer  "
3 hours ago
John brown and Josh Thompson joined Landscape Juice Network
11 hours ago
John Culpin posted a discussion
Morning AllI'm looking to take on a landscape labourer to assist us on our domestic landscape work. Im happy to take on a trainee and help them with NVQ/app rents ship or it could be a person with existing skills who is looking to move up to the…
16 hours ago
John F replied to Richard Parkinson's discussion Mental Health (OCD) and Pesticides
"Hi Richard well done for highlighting this I know it affects many people to a degree  
The Electrician reference is a familiar story I know an electrician who was time served and worked for a company with no issues until he became self employed and…"
yesterday
Billybop replied to Tracey Hancock's discussion Specialised Work - Where to Find it/Advertise......
"I had one client similar he couldn't care less that each carrot stood him at £20 each, runner beans maybe a fiver apiece, a couple of carefully curated melons in the greenhouse probably 200 quid, he was living the dream in his retirement, now at…"
yesterday
Glen Stillman replied to Tracey Hancock's discussion Specialised Work - Where to Find it/Advertise......
"Hi Tracy, the work is out there, BUT it will take a little bit longer to find it than mowing and hedge cutting work.
Talk to any other tradesmen who sets foot on your existing clients property - window cleaners, pool men, fencing contractors, rural…"
yesterday
Honey Badger replied to Richard Parkinson's discussion Mental Health (OCD) and Pesticides
"Richard, from my own experience and from talking to others it's pretty normal to loose enthusiasm for gardening after 7 years, what else is there really to learn after that point. I just try and do more of the stuff I enjoy and more profitable work.…"
yesterday
Xledi replied to Tracey Hancock's discussion Specialised Work - Where to Find it/Advertise......
"No hornets nest. But people are obviously on a very different page. Hence responses referencing how cheap vegetables are to buy. The customers I work for have more money than I could ever dream of, so having a productive kitchen and cut flower…"
yesterday
jed fishwick replied to Richard Parkinson's discussion Mental Health (OCD) and Pesticides
"hello Richard,
i have ocd to a degree and i understand what your saying.a book you might find useful is "brain lock" by jeffrey.m.schwartz.tiredness can make my ocd worse.i manage to run a part time garden maintenance business.depression can cause a…"
yesterday
Richard Parkinson posted a discussion
Morning all, I haven't been here for a long time as Ive been suffering with my mental health quite badly since the pandemic changed my life/business. Before this industry, I worked in the electrical industry, but I decided on a career in ground…
yesterday
Chris O'Donnell and Henry Cole joined Landscape Juice Network
Monday
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd's discussion Bike handle for backpack blowers
"Thank you. We've ordered one and will see how we get on with it!"
Monday
Adam Woods replied to Adam Woods's discussion How much?
"Hes had the same guys coming for years... each year they put the prices up - this is what its at now!
I've got a feeling they may have to bring their prices down a bit or make room for someone else ...."
Monday
Andrejs Petersons replied to Tracey Hancock's discussion Specialised Work - Where to Find it/Advertise......
"Hi Tracey,
If you've got a horticultural qualification you should join The Gardeners Guild. It will cost you around £60 and for that you get free advertising on their website, access to legal advice, documents and all things helpful to the self…"
Monday
Honey Badger replied to Tracey Hancock's discussion Specialised Work - Where to Find it/Advertise......
"Not a hornet's nest, Pandora's box.
In the first 3yrs its magical new and exciting, after that the reality will sink in. your gonna learn skills not even related to gardening.
I advertise via a cards in post office windows very cheap. 
I wish you…"
Monday
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