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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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Several months ago, ANP Services Spalding was entered into the local business accelerators campaign, which is aimed at helping 'up and coming' small local business to succeed by giving them access to free mentoring from a variety of sources and adver

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 Looking back over the year's projects.


As we sit here reflecting over the busiest year yet! Our minds keeps coming back to all the many projects that the team have done and are doing. 
The weather has really made a difference to how people have used

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This week has been a snowy one with winter finally hitting us and the business with a couple of days forced off and it totally changes the look of the garden with everything covered with snow, with every garden be it well kept or unkempt looking the

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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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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

Neil Darby replied to Donall O Flatharta's discussion Pergola options
"Oak, would laat a long time but probably to expensive. I have been using Post savers over the last year or so, they are meant to double the life of pressure treated posts & only cost a couplle of £s each. Slip them on & blow lamp them to create a…"
4 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Ricky Watkins's discussion 5 Most Essential Tools For Your Business
"Mmmm pie"
5 hours ago
Will replied to Ricky Watkins's discussion 5 Most Essential Tools For Your Business
"You've forgotten your pork pie"
7 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Ricky Watkins's discussion 5 Most Essential Tools For Your Business
"I think that's difficult to give a top five essential tool list with all the different tasks undertaken depending on the season.
1, phone
2, laptop 
3, van 
4, hand tools 
4,power tools 
Most used;
1,Secateurs 
2, plastic leave take 
3,ladders 
4,…"
7 hours ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
75 years of groundscare equipment will be on display at SALTEX’s 75th anniversary show, which takes place at the NEC, Birmingham on November 3 and 4.The new show feature, entitled a History of Groundscare Equipment (stand C065), will display vintage…
12 hours ago
Andrew . Perkins replied to Adam Woods's discussion Hmm... Ive never heard of this before
"Nice story tough as old boots wisteria , I often bring plants home and rehome them ethier in my garden are another customer.
 
I can see why you'd attack a hugely over grown wisteria with an hedgetrimmer and then go in and tidy it up with sectaurs…"
13 hours ago
Gary RK @ Landscape Juice Network replied to Donall O Flatharta's discussion Pergola options
"p.s. Mi-T posts are stocked by Jacksons Fencing
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15 hours ago
John F replied to Donall O Flatharta's discussion Pergola options
"How about using those post savers you weld on with a blow torch ? 
Or concrete / postcrete platform above soil level to accept the bolt down met posts ?
 
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16 hours ago
Donall O Flatharta posted a discussion
Looking for suggestions for putting a pergola in to heavy wet soil in the wet west of Ireland! Pressure treated pine won't last long enough with wet feet in this damp environment, was thinking of Douglas fir or alder if possible to get posts in…
18 hours ago
John F replied to Adam Woods's discussion Hmm... Ive never heard of this before
"Three years ago I removed two wisterias as instructed from a customers North facing wall they had never flowered in ten years and were a bit spindly considering thier age . 
I chopped them down to get them in the van , hardly any rootball to speak…"
18 hours ago
1st Garden Maintenance replied to Ricky Watkins's discussion 5 Most Essential Tools For Your Business
"The most essential tools in any business are a spreadsheet and the best software."
18 hours ago
John Psota-Jenkins is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
19 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Adam Woods's discussion Hmm... Ive never heard of this before
"In my head I am picturing a wisteria big enough to seen from space on Google Earth. "
yesterday
carl lawson replied to carl lawson's discussion Stihl hla85
"Not overheating,left it for half a day,tried again,looks like a trip to the dealer, thanks for the reply."
yesterday
carl lawson replied to carl lawson's discussion Stihl hla85
"Tried another charged battery,no change,thinking it might be contacts on battery or in unit.?"
yesterday
Simon replied to carl lawson's discussion Stihl hla85
"Correct, the switch is in the head and if that were the cause you'd be getting no warning lights on the battery and the hedge cutter would just seem dead. Three red flashing would suggest problem with the unit, three glowing and it's too hot or…"
yesterday
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Pergola options

Looking for suggestions for putting a pergola in to heavy wet soil in the wet west of Ireland! Pressure treated pine won't last long enough with wet feet in this damp environment, was thinking of Douglas fir or alder if possible to get posts in…

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4 Replies · Reply by Neil Darby 4 hours ago
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Stihl hla85

Hla85 suddenly stopped working,3 red lights flashing on battery(fully charged), lubed blades,can move blades manually by turning gear,read something somewhere about a dirty sensor switch?can anyone help ,where is this switch located ,or can anyone…

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6 Replies · Reply by carl lawson yesterday
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