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Grounds maintenance teams wanted in Islay

Ground Control Ltd is one of the UK.’s most established landscape solutions providers. To develop our “go-above-and-beyond” philosophy whilst ensuring that neighbourhoods flourish, we are looking to immediately expand the commercial grounds…

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Dennis - The Jewel on the Crown At The Waterloo

The British Crown Green Bowling Association’s (BCGBA) Champion of Champion’s event, held at Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool last month, had a playing surface fit for the country’s best players thanks to the help of a Dennis FT510 mower and range of…

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Facility owners across the UK are being educated as to the benefits of maintaining their artificial football pitches rather than look at costly replacements.

Replay Maintenance, which specialises in maintaining synthetic sports surfaces,…

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Replay Maintenance, one of the UK’s leading synthetic sports pitch maintenance providers, has continued to give on-going support to the work of the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) by supporting the recent one day synthetic surfaces course, held…

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Colfe’s school, which is one of London’s oldest school’s dating back to 1574, has become the latest SISIS customer to invest in dedicated machinery with the purchase of a SISIS Brush-Pro ride-on brushing system for all regular synthetic surface…

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Replay Maintenance has always been at the forefront of advances within the synthetic sports surface market. Replay Rejuvenation, Aquatrax and Replay Revive are all industry leading processes that have helped shape modern techniques for synthetic…
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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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Replay Maintenance Limited are pleased to announce a partnership with the five County Football Associations residing in the East Midlands, namely Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire.…

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Open forum activity

Duncan Miller replied to Duncan Miller's discussion Petrol strimmer
"Great link Gary, just to get model from my son so many thanks again - enjoy summer"
20 minutes ago
Steve M replied to Steve M's discussion Do you love your job?
"Hi Geoffrey, good input thank you. 
I love everything outdoors and am always most comfortable out in nature, i love it. I am always peeping over fences (weird), visiting the botanical gardens in cities I visit, reading books on nature etc. So the dr…"
2 hours ago
Steve M replied to Steve M's discussion Do you love your job?
"Ok great stuff. I'm pretty good at networking and creating good relationships so hopefully I can find a similar partnership in my area. Trades are different but I am not a typical corporate square, I'm a bit rougher around the edges!  Are they also…"
2 hours ago
Steve M replied to Steve M's discussion Do you love your job?
"Devil's advocate is good Glen because its the reality. How do you manage situations where others skills are needed or can you/your company do it all? the ideal would be to have a close landscaper who can help out and visa versa...but I would be a co…"
3 hours ago
Steve M replied to Steve M's discussion Do you love your job?
"Cheers Dan. I did not realise they cover the design elements at the later stages. I have been digging the web and found that most only sell the course as separate parts. I did find one home learning provider who sells both parts of L2 together with…"
3 hours ago
Alan reeves replied to Bob beard's discussion Any recommendations for a good heavy duty strimmer/brushcutter?
"I Hope he doesnt do chainsaw reviews .Ethuastic or a nut.ermm."
5 hours ago
Alan reeves replied to Colin James McGrath's discussion Removing ivy From house.
"Day rate and rubbish charges.Watch out for wasps and maybe consider wearing a dust mask ivy dust horrible."
5 hours ago
Jim Gibbon replied to Colin James McGrath's discussion Removing ivy From house.
"Hi Colin, day rate plus a good profit! It's hard work as you say.
Last time I took Ivy off a house I sharpened a small digging spade with a fairly flat blade, it worked a treat scraping it off the wall in big sheets."
6 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Colin James McGrath's discussion Removing ivy From house.
"There’s a difference between being competitive and buying work.
The are occasions when I end up feeling like I have bought work.
Andy"
6 hours ago
ken stewart replied to Colin James McGrath's discussion Removing ivy From house.
"Price it on your day rate plus cost of waste removal cheers ken "
6 hours ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Derek Tucker's discussion Rise of the automower
"I can see this market gathering momentum as once set up they will be energy efficient and virtually noise free. Fortunately for me only 10% of my business is solely grass cutting as I do a lot of border work and so forth. "
16 hours ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Glen Stillman's discussion Azalea mulch
"Bracken or ferns are just as good as a mulch. You can literally cut them down and then lay them on the ground beneath the azelea or rhododendrons to rot down. This is what the gardeners did on the country estates in Victorian Times. You could always…"
16 hours ago
Tony @SM replied to Bob beard's discussion Any recommendations for a good heavy duty strimmer/brushcutter?
"Yes. I've got a KM130 Kombi. I understand why people moan about 4mix, but personally I've not had any trouble. It has it's own peculiarities starting which would baffle a different operator(s),  but I've always got it started. It's a beast whichever…"
18 hours ago
Bob beard replied to Bob beard's discussion Any recommendations for a good heavy duty strimmer/brushcutter?
"Haha, if he can’t sell you one, nobody can. Reminds me of a review of a lawnmower I watched where the guy got so emotional, he had to turn the camera off.
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18 hours ago
Seth Burgess replied to Bob beard's discussion Any recommendations for a good heavy duty strimmer/brushcutter?
"The FS91 is basically identical. I believe the engines are still the same.
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22 hours ago
Seth Burgess replied to Bob beard's discussion Any recommendations for a good heavy duty strimmer/brushcutter?
"That is a good point. I use the USA guard, which was £15 from my dealer. Very narrow then but still works fine.
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22 hours ago
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