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Dennis E-Series Excites at Oakham

The rise of battery-powered machinery has impressed Richard Dexter, Head of Grounds and Gardens at Oakham School, but he believes “Dennis Mowers has gone one step further and made it even better.”

Oakham School, based in Rutland, East Midlands, is a

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A trio of Dennis PRO 34R rotary mowers have impressed Jim Dawson, Scottish Rugby’s Head Groundsman at BT Murrayfield, with him labelling them “supreme machines”.

Having been a greenkeeper and a groundsman, the well-respected Jim Dawson has worked in t

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Moving on up with the Dennis Razor Ultra

The Dennis Razor Ultra cylinder mower is helping the ambitious Rykneld Bowling Club to progress in the right direction.

Rykneld Bowling Club, based in Derbyshire, boasts an impressive history that stretches back to 1918.  It is an exciting and progres

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Dennis PRO 34R perfect for the Pilgrims

The head groundsman at Boston United FC, claims that the Dennis PRO 34R provides a quality of cut that he has never seen before in a rotary pedestrian mower.

For 12 years Jim Portas worked as a volunteer groundsman for his beloved Boston United FC, ak

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Dennis & SISIS and Bowls England have announced a new five-year partnership which is aimed at improving playing surfaces, increasing participation and helping to safeguard the future of the sport.

Passionate about helping everyone get the most out of

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New Dennis electric rotary mower impresses on the South Coast

After a stringent search for a new rotary mower, Ian Lucas, Head of Grounds at A.F.C Bournemouth, concluded that the electric Dennis ES-34R was the by far the best choice. 

Ian has been the

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Miro Lazarini is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
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Fusion Media posted a blog post
Craig Richardson, head of grounds and gardens, is using a range of MM and Designer grass seed on a variety of sports pitches at the prestigious Millfield School in Somerset.Boasting a fascinating history and a brilliant present, Millfield is one of…
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Fusion Media posted a blog post
API confirms supportGroundsFest is proud to announce a new strategic partnership with the Association of Play Industries (API), with the first event being held at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire on 20 and 21 September 2023.The Association of Play…
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yesterday
Billybop replied to Peter sellers's discussion Makita bhx 2501
"Definitely worth considering a decent battery hand held blower for those type of tasks. Considerably cheaper to run, quieter, etc. The hand held one I use has literally over twice the output of that Makita, but more expensive. Especially once you…"
yesterday
Jack Wright replied to Peter sellers's discussion Makita bhx 2501
"Picked up one of these last January, used daily all year, great bit of kit for the money, never skipped a beat. Doesnt have the grunt of the larger blowers but perfect for light blowing as you say "
Sunday
Billybop replied to Shaun Forster's discussion Variable speed cordless strimmer
"absolutely, the basic household ones can be single speed of course, with an "all or nothing" switch, but the medium to high end ones are all variable speed these days. I have noticed on some, the lowest speed it will run at can be too fast for some…"
Sunday
Shaun Forster replied to Shaun Forster's discussion Variable speed cordless strimmer
"I have a cheap domestic Bosch one which is either full speed or off, so I'm ready now to get a more professional model I can graduate. I'll probably have to check out some YouTube reviews but want a shortlist really "
Sunday
Sean Clarke replied to Peter sellers's discussion Makita bhx 2501
"I don't have one, but I do run Honda 4-stroke blowers and I find them much more pleasant to use compared to any 2-stroke. I've said to myself that next time I need to replace the Honda I will do with a Makita. They look great value."
Sunday
Billybop replied to Shaun Forster's discussion Variable speed cordless strimmer
"nice one, I have a Honda badged Ego clone from the original Honda cordless range (their offering is different now) Several years old and still running like clock work. I only use the small capacity batteries with it, I have larger ones that I use…"
Sunday
James replied to Peter sellers's discussion Wiebang 50 svp
"Not cheap,  if I can remember off the top of my head around £40 - £50. 
Mulching blade from Fr jones and the highlift was from weibang directly. "
Sunday
Peter sellers replied to Peter sellers's discussion Wiebang 50 svp
"James, thanks appreciated! Can you remember how much the high lift and mulch blades were? Thanks Peter "
Sunday
James replied to Peter sellers's discussion Wiebang 50 svp
"Hi Peter
 
I have had one of these for 18 months. Had to get the belt changed after a year as it was about to ping but was due a service anyway. So it has been very reliable, no surprise really as it is a very solid well built machine but this makes…"
Sunday
Ian Harvey replied to Shaun Forster's discussion Variable speed cordless strimmer
"I looked at Stihl and Ego, and ended up buying the Ego ST1401. Really impressed with the ruggedness, ease of use,ability to alter length of shaft. It's also got the power load, although that is handy, it wasn't my main driver. Battery life is good,…"
Sunday
Luke brooks replied to James King's discussion Transfer of grass clippings from ride on mower
"Vic 100% agree. I used a 25hp lawnflite 42 inch collector for years and used the tarp on the grass I'd mow first then dump on the tarp and literally at the end just hand collect bag into ton bags but my tip fees have escalated recently after losing…"
Sunday
Peter sellers posted a discussion
Anyone got one of these?Our old Echo hand held blower finally died. We only use a hand held for occasional light use EG grass clippings on hard surfaces,  use backpacks for serious clearing.  At £168 Inc vat online seems a bargain ? Appreciate it's…
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Makita bhx 2501

Anyone got one of these?Our old Echo hand held blower finally died. We only use a hand held for occasional light use EG grass clippings on hard surfaces,  use backpacks for serious clearing.  At £168 Inc vat online seems a bargain ? Appreciate it's…

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Wiebang 50 svp

Any got a weibang 50 svp 3 in 1 mower?Interested in long term reliability,  mulch and collect performance,  operator comfort and any issues.  Going to be used commercially 7 days a week. At £600 it's less than half the price of the Honda 537 HRX…

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3 Replies · Reply by James on Sunday
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Lumag chipper.

Hi all, I have seen a lumag hc10 petrol wood chipper for sale not too far from me, quite new and a bit less than half the retail price. I haven't had a chipper before, I don't do big tree works, it would be more for chipping up shrub/ hedge…

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9 Replies · Reply by Sam Bainbridge on Saturday
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