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Tobermore have supplied a variety of products for Westpoint Homes development, Thorngrove Park. The project consists of 25 properties, ranging from affordable homes to large period-themed detached houses and luxury apartments, offering an authentic b
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The Pumphouse is a Grade II listed building constructed in the 1880’s and is located at the Innovation Quarter in Barry, South Wales. The structure has recently been redeveloped and is set to become the first purpose-built live/work facility at the c
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As the first of its kind in Wales and costing a cool £48 million, Penarth Learning Community has been described as a new ‘super school,’ bringing mainstream and specialised educational needs together under one roof. A selection of Tobermore paving pr
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Situated on the banks of the River Wear, the fabulous Durham Marriott Hotel Royal County offers sensational views of England's famous Durham Castle and Cathedral. The ground works of the premises has recently been redeveloped and now boasts a splend

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Famed as the birthplace of the first ever locomotive to operate in America, the recent regeneration project on the Old Foundry in Stourbridge into the ultra-modern new Stourbridge Lion Medical Centre, has earned much media attention! Renovation work 

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In the heart of Yorkshire countryside, the heavenly Heron Lakes Luxury Lodge Park sits. Created following eight years of meticulous research and planning by the Bird family, the lodge breaks offered at Heron Lakes are renowned for being simply beauti
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The historic Airfield House and Farm in Dundrum, Co. Dublin, has reopened to the public following its two year closure for redevelopment. The breath-taking 38 acre estate has been revamped at a cost of €11 million, boasting a new cafe, farm and visit

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The grounds at St. Patrick's Church in Castlederg have recently been redeveloped with an amazing array of world class paving products from Tobermore. Founded in 1942, Tobermore are a world class paving and walling manufacturer supplying products for

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The grounds at Boringdon Hall Hotel, the seductive manor house in Devon, have recently been redeveloped. The premises boast a stunning new landscape consisting of beautiful paving supplied by Tobermore.

The history of Boringdon Hall is exceptional. Th

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Marshalls Fairstone Sawn

We have decided to share a featured project that we have just added to our website. This project was carried out in the Dutton area of Cheshire and consisted of the installation of Marshalls Fairstone Sawn Paving, creating two

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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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Alex Morton replied to Adam Snow's discussion LTD company and Coronavirus
"I also run as a Ltd. company and have just found this on gov.uk
Those who pay themselves a salary and dividends through their own company are not covered by the scheme but will be covered for their salary by the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme if t…"
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Billybop replied to GaryRK's discussion Covid-19 business contingency
"absolutely, it's a good point and i know some have had customers kindly offer to keep paying, my jobs are done on an unwritten contract type of arrangement, ie. I do the work then the customer pays me, but some bigger outfits obviously have contract…"
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Catherine Miller replied to GaryRK's discussion Covid-19 business contingency
"I haven't tried it myself, but then no one has asked me not to visit yet (didn't work last week but going back on Monday).
Customers are as keen not to lose good workers as we are not to lose business ;-)
Just interested if anyone has asked the ques…"
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"i pay my cleaner a retainer, but she obviously needs to come into my home. I wouldnt pay my window cleaner as they have no need to have contact with me and can continue working"
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Billybop replied to GaryRK's discussion Covid-19 business contingency
"crikey, a retainer as in, payment for not coming but keeping the client on your books? It's a fair point but best of luck with that."
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Chris replied to David @ Eastleigh Garden Service's discussion Confusing messages (Covid-19)
"Read the article, very moving, how we take our way of life for granted makes you think."
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Steven Mills replied to David @ Eastleigh Garden Service's discussion Confusing messages (Covid-19)
"Yes,on the surface level that particular article doesn't appear overtly negative in comparison to other material but it still carries subliminal undertones of inevitability,this is powerful and works on a subconcious level.
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John F replied to David @ Eastleigh Garden Service's discussion Confusing messages (Covid-19)
"The article is jaw dropping although not everyones mental health journey or experience will be the same . 
Not everyone is aware of balancing positive and negative affirmations 
We are lucky here at this time thanks to Phil , his family all those in…"
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Strut replied to Karsten Tomkins's discussion Still waiting for clarification concerning on-site working re: COVID-19
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dan replied to David @ Eastleigh Garden Service's discussion Confusing messages (Covid-19)
"Id agree with Steven largely -- mental state and a positive mental state is going to be more important than ever right now. Ideally reducing the amount of news you recieve is a good start - and then choosing from where it comes. The above article is…"
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LTD company and Coronavirus

Hi allI wonder if any of you are in the same boat as myself? I run a LTD company from home and in effect don't have a premises as such and don't pay business rates. I pay myself a small wage and then take out dividends. All I can see that I'm…

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