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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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Mike Finch of idverde has praised the performance of the Dennis S500 Plus seeder which he uses on the five greens at Victoria Park in Royal Leamington Spa.

idverde was appointed by Warwick District Council in 2012 to undertake grounds maintenance and

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Open forum activity

Paul Errington replied to Paul Errington's discussion Equipment you would like to rent, but can't find
"You're welcome.
I'm sure you spotted my deliberate mistake in the description of the Eliet machine; should be 2" not 4" 🙄."
10 hours ago
John F replied to Paul Errington's discussion Equipment you would like to rent, but can't find
"Thanks Paul very useful information , much appreciated . 
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10 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to PGM's discussion Roof Rack Query
"I've also hit my ladder clamp on a bar at a play park. Marks still there, much to my childrens amusement. I saw someone Knock a bike off a roof rack back in the 90's 😂"
yesterday
Billybop replied to Peter sellers's discussion Sealey earth auger
"Sealey used to be known as a good make for things like jump start packs for vehicles, etc. but in the last few years I too have noticed many of their items are essentially the same product as some other less well known brands with a lower price point"
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Richard Taylor posted a blog post
Managing Director, Richard Taylor, was very pleased to be awarded Planet Mark Certification of the company’s carbon footprint at the RTM Show Live on 7th September. This sustainability certification is the result of rigorous, transparent measurement…
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Fusion Media posted a blog post
A newly installed Hunter irrigation system, supplied by KAR UK, is part of a long-term plan to help futureproof Leicester Tigers’ Mattioli Woods Welford Road Stadium, according to Head Groundsman Ed Mowe.With a CV boasting positions at Leicester…
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Peter sellers replied to Peter sellers's discussion Sealey earth auger
"First time we've needed one in 40 years of planting even with the downtime we're still financially ahead"
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Paul Errington replied to Paul Errington's discussion Equipment you would like to rent, but can't find
"We have a Bosch, 230v domestic-grade shredder. It's very good for anything up to 35-40mm diameter.
Next is an Eliet Major shredder. it's several years old and has been very reliable. It's rated to shred  branches up to 55mm (4") diameter and has a…"
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John F replied to Paul Errington's discussion Equipment you would like to rent, but can't find
"Thanks Paul . Out of interest what  make of small  shredder / chipper would you recommend for pruned /coppiced branches ?
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Paul Errington replied to Paul Errington's discussion Equipment you would like to rent, but can't find
"We have a Billy Goat vacuum and a couple of turf lifters. Trouble is, we're based a very long way from you!
Can't say we have a problem with user damage; not to the turf lifters anyway....:)"
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Paul Doyle replied to Peter sellers's discussion Sealey earth auger
"How much time did you loose by buying and then returning twice the cheap machine, apart from the stop starting of the work.Surly that's the moral of the story , no??… An Auger is a must for anyone doing planting, what is it £ 600 for an echo??. I…"
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PGM replied to PGM's discussion Roof Rack Query
"Thanks for those recommendations, I shall look into them further. Appreciated "
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John F replied to Paul Errington's discussion Equipment you would like to rent, but can't find
"Had problems hiring turf cutters in the past as all local hire companies said they were not cost effective due to user abuse . 
A billy goat is one of those machines which is useful when you need it for leaf clearance but doubt would get much use…"
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John F replied to PGM's discussion Roof Rack Query
"I have some Thule bars which do unlock but more to it . I could be wrong but constant unscrewing and refitting of the tension bolts to remove and refit might compromise their effectiveness if done on a regular basis , Once fitted i tend to leave any…"
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Honey Badger replied to Paul Errington's discussion Equipment you would like to rent, but can't find
"Sorry David, it was meant as a joke! Sky hooks/long wait/tartan paint/left handed screw driver."
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Honey Badger replied to PGM's discussion Roof Rack Query
"I've got some of these on my Renault traffic. They're pretty low profile, although I think (when looking) there's not much hight difference in the rhino low profile bars.
Thule make bars you can unlock with a key, which I would have thought they are…"
yesterday
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Sealey earth auger

Thought I'd share our experiences after purchasing a Sealey earth auger. Needed for a 2000 hole planting job . Wanted the convenience of our own machine rather than hiring and budget wouldn't justify a Stihl machine at a£1000.Plenty of earth augers…

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4 Replies · Reply by Billybop yesterday
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Roof Rack Query

Looking for a bit of help re roof racks. Current van is the new shape Peugeot Expert. I use the van a fair bit out of work too and often have to go under those 2m high barriers at places. Without a roof rack the van just about fits under them. Does…

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7 Replies · Reply by Honey Badger yesterday
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Echo PB 9010T

We currently use the Echo PB 8010 blowers,  awesome machines. Seen that Echo have now bought out the PB 9010T which has more power , 48 Newtons as opposed to 44 Newtons with the 8010.Struggling to find any in the UK anyone know of any dealers…

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2 Replies · Reply by Peter sellers on Saturday
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