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  • In December 2010 Earth Designs carried out a garden postal design for a client in Wales.  The building was listed and the design was for a roof terrace, however not any ordinary roof garden.  The architects had designed a carport the roof to which c
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I March i received this email.Dear KatrinaI came across your website today and I have left a rather garbled message on your voicemail this afternoon – sorry for that!In the meantime, until we have the opportunity to speak on the phone, I thought I mi
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Open forum activity

Andrew Betteridge replied to James Todman's discussion Anyone tried a battery powered lawnmower?
"Just wondering if you were one of the guys on the Makita stand at Saltex 2019? "
38 minutes ago
Sean Clarke replied to Sean Clarke's discussion Decent leaf grabs
"I haven't found any grabs yet. I bought a 2m x 2m tip sheet with corner handles and a decent leaf rake. I have to say, using the rake and sheet together is a really efficient and quite satisfying way of picking up large piles of leaves. The rake I…"
46 minutes ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"I have a sedum/living roof on my extension and it is a small contribution to reducing localised flooding plus creating a nectar bar for beneficial insects."
2 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Advertisement
"I advertise in a local post office, costs me about £20 per year. Customers seem to prefer a plain hand written card.
What is going in this year? It's January and I've had three calls this week!"
5 hours ago
Mark Earles replied to James Todman's discussion Anyone tried a battery powered lawnmower?
"Hi James,
Mark from Makita so not biast at all. As you have the batteries it would be worth your while trying a Makita machine. the range starts at a 38cm plastic deck and goes upto a 53cm cast aluminium 3 speed machine. 
Contact me and I will…"
5 hours ago
Adam Woods replied to Sean Clarke's discussion Decent leaf grabs
"Another vote for the Tudor ones. I bought a couple of pairs and they seem to cope"
6 hours ago
1st Garden Maintenance replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Advertisement
"There are two types of advertising, these are called Pull and Push. 
Push advertising covers all advertising that requires people to see the advert and hopfully when thay have seen it enough times will act upon it.
Pull advertising works when smeone…"
6 hours ago
Will replied to Sean Clarke's discussion Decent leaf grabs
"If you want grabs instead of a rake, can highly recommend the Tudor Environmental ones. See link in Mark Bayley's reply earlier in the thread.
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9 hours ago
Frank McGuire replied to Sean Clarke's discussion Decent leaf grabs
"What did you choose finally, Sean? I've read this review and still can't decide which one to choose"
10 hours ago
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Fusion Media posted a blog post
Top tips from Mansfield SandA high-quality sand is vital to the overall health and performance of a sports pitch and Gary Cunningham, Football & Golf Sales Representative for Mansfield Sand, explains why.Mansfield Sand has pioneered the development…
yesterday
Karsten Tomkins replied to Karsten Tomkins's discussion Income Protection
"I bind myself by this oath - If it is in my power to do so, I will keep this project updated in a timely manner!"
yesterday
Honey Badger replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"Right!🤦😂"
yesterday
Honey Badger replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"I work in a garden like that on the left. With the previous owner we transformed into a lovely cottage garden, the current owners have covered it in hard landscaping, all plants destroyed by foot balls. Desolate! Nice customers though."
yesterday
Paul Doyle replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"I take the point but I'd be interested to see if those 2 pics are even in the same area. Looks odd to me or was it meant to just give an illustration? "
yesterday
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