sisis success at shrewsbury school (1)

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SISIS success at Shrewsbury School

Andy Richards, grounds manager at Shrewsbury School, has reported excellent results from using a range of SISIS equipment to maintain the School’s widely praised sports pitches.

Shrewsbury School is one of the country's leading co-educational independ

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David Benson replied to Luke brooks's discussion A different hedge experience
"some people want to be awkward i think the lockdown has a slight effect on peoples mentality"
19 seconds ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Luke brooks's discussion A different hedge experience
"LOL. Footways are for parking cars on, not standing on."
15 minutes ago
Paul Baillie replied to John F's discussion Farm Jack
"We took a row of escalonia out a few years ago. By out, I mean chainsawed them off as low as we could. Next to a flint wall which frequently weren’t built with footings so didn’t want to disturb the ground. I’m amazed by this, but they haven’t…"
37 minutes ago
Luke brooks posted a discussion
I cut a hedge a year ago and no one came near me or the ladder, my lads enjoyed working through lockdown as we were left to get on. The odd dog Walker said well done for working and doing a good job cutting the hedge back from the narrow…
1 hour ago
Jonathan Davidson replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Price increase
"an annual set percentage is probably what most of the old heads would say is required..... but
I did a few in November verbally when I could drop it into a conversation whilst discussing the garden, the others i did by email (A) as I was a chicken…"
2 hours ago
Stephen r Brook-Smith posted a discussion
Evening all , raring to get back at it now and I'm going to increase my charges across the board I'm wondering if it's best to increase by a set percentage and how everyone else goes about it ? Email?? Fuel and equipment costs are rising so I feel…
3 hours ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
The post-show SALTEX 2021 visitor survey has revealed a fascinating insight into the show’s visitor profile.Widely recognised as the show ‘the industry needed’, the 75th SALTEX event provided the ideal opportunity for the grounds management sector…
10 hours ago
My Garden Design commented on My Garden Design's blog post A Fine Example Of A Bespoke Planting Plan
"Apologies - I should have mentioned that we don't yet have any images of the newly planted garden mentioned in the blogpost.  The picture is of a planting scheme in Essex designed by one of our team."
12 hours ago
My Garden Design posted a blog post
We're often asked to create bespoke planting plans for landscapers who are under pressure to finish the hard landscaping and just don't have time to think about which plants should go where.  Naturally you want the finished garden to exceed on the…
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LawnLegends replied to James King's discussion Cobra RM53SPH-PRO
"i know of a few other guys who have done the same but only purchased last year so long term not sure yet but no complaints from them either on the stihls, agree on th hayters i wish i had not bought new one last year but will phase them out and…"
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Andrew Betteridge replied to John F's discussion Farm Jack
"Many years ago I borrowed a chain hoist from the local knacker yard, when I returned it I had a labourer with me who really was not impressed when I reversed our Transit pickup into the slaughter house so we could stand on the back of it on saw…"
Adam Woods replied to John F's discussion Farm Jack
"You can normally find used ones on eBay or Facebook marketplace"
Best Gardens replied to John F's discussion Farm Jack
"We use an engine hoist and it's a great bit of kit, so easy to set up and does a great job (this was a large conifer that took 30 minutes to cut down and pull out)"