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Under the trading banner of South Lincs Grass Care, ANP Services Spalding Ltd provide standalone lawn and grass care services right across the turf management sector as well as our complete garden and grounds maintenance services.

From weed…

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In the first of a several part blog that we are writing, we will explain some of the terms that are often used in lawncare service leaflets and by contractors but many of you out there may not actually understand what they mean!…

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Even in our local area, not many people know the true scale of the works that we can offer - basically if its grass (of virtually any description), we can offer services to help you maintain it, improve it, or even prepare the ground and reseed…

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Perhaps you own or run your own business and need your grounds maintaining or are in a HR department and have been tasked with finding a grounds maintenance contractor to maintain your site(s)?

Some things…

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Many people in the Lincolnshire area own or loan horses, or have some involvement in equestrianism.

For many, owning their own few acres of land is the result of many years of yard…

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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…

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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…

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A recent school grounds seminar held at Charterhouse in Surrey has been hailed a huge success by all who attended.

The event attracted over 50 delegates from all levels as several topical issues were explored and discussed. Supported by…

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Open forum activity

Elaine Macdonald posted a discussion
Does anyone know off the top of thier head, what is the tightest internal and external radius that can be formed with Marshalls tegula kerb?  STUCK on pricing a job - losing the will 
26 minutes ago
Billybop replied to Paul's discussion Beech hedge reduction - tools required?
"Yes one of those jobs where it is very hard to work out how long it will take until you've actually completed it. I don't know how much was charged but imagine the client would have baulked at the initial quote if it had been known how big a job it…"
1 hour ago
Rory replied to Paul's discussion Beech hedge reduction - tools required?
"I am not surprised it took so long. I only really do tree surgery now and id say that a 4 man team with two climbers walking through cutting with a top handle from either end and about 2 van full of chip I would have put 2 days on it and aimed to be…"
4 hours ago
Antony Phillips replied to Paul's discussion Beech hedge reduction - tools required?
"Good post and well done on keeping your thoughts to yourself regarding the owner. Have you or anyone thought of using  shredder for this type of job?, if so what would be a good model."
6 hours ago
Paul replied to Paul's discussion Beech hedge reduction - tools required?
"Hi Dan, I had tried that but eventually favoured the normal chainsaw as I could cut more in one sweep (much longer than pole saw). Plus the chainsaw was more manageable for longer periods compared to something top heavy like the pole saw.
The most a…"
11 hours ago
Paul replied to Paul's discussion Beech hedge reduction - tools required?
"Thanks Martin. Yeah I try not to look at something as if it's only a disaster; more a learning experience that makes the next year better! True, I would normally state this but on this job it was more than obvious I'd undercharged as I'd already sai…"
11 hours ago
Dan Frazer Gardening replied to Paul's discussion Beech hedge reduction - tools required?
"I'd have expected the pole chainsaw to do that, including those thinner branches. Waste is always the biggest part, especially with wild branches such as beech"
14 hours ago
David Benson replied to Ian Parkes's discussion decent winter gloves
"i get winter work gloves from screwfix there is 3 or 4 differant types of winter gloves i have found them ok even for my big hands "
23 hours ago
Rory updated their profile
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Martin Cotton replied to Paul's discussion Beech hedge reduction - tools required?
"Hi, Sorry to hear you had a nightmare- it happens to us all from time to time. I find if I have underpriced a job it's worth mentioning to the customer that i will honour the price but I got the price wrong just so they don't expect you to work for…"
yesterday
Oliver clarkson replied to Ian Parkes's discussion decent winter gloves
"I wear vinyl or latex gloves under neath, boxes of 100 are quiet cheap and does the job for the winter months."
yesterday
Adam Patterson replied to Ian Parkes's discussion decent winter gloves
https://www.safetygloves.co.uk/maxidry-34-coated-gloves-56-425-pack... find these hard to beat and virtually indestructible no matter what I'm doing, the amount of concrete & concrete products I Handle they still keep my hands dry when I'm cutting…"
yesterday
Dave Colton replied to Ian Parkes's discussion decent winter gloves
"There is guy on Ebay that does 12 pairs for £50.00. They are fully coated and thermal I get about a month out of a pair before the coating starts to go around the thumb and fingers and then lets moisture in, but for less than a fiver a pair I have n…"
yesterday
Edward baker replied to Ian Parkes's discussion decent winter gloves
"I'd like some too!. At the mo I use the yellow x gloves with latex gloves underneath"
yesterday
Ian Parkes posted a discussion
can anyone post a link to decent waterproof gloves. i used to just buy:latex coated rubber builders gloves orange or green ebay there fine until its wet or dew on grass and they just get soaking .. green hands etc and rough skin. there must be a dec…
yesterday
dan replied to Richard Parkinson's discussion Japanese Knotweed/ invasive species mangement plan template.
"im really suprised this hasnt got more publicity or attention -- the fact JK has never been able to reproduce from seed and that every one in the uk is female and its still caused such probelms is amazing -- the fact it now can theoretically reprodu…"
yesterday
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