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Christmas is a special time of year in bringing people together and staff at UK based paving and walling manufacturing company, Tobermore, have embraced the spirit of the season and have come together to create an exclusive ‘Merryoke’ rendition of Ch
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As this is the season for giving, UK based paving and walling manufacturer, Tobermore, has donated an amazing £20,000 to Barnardo's in lieu of Christmas gifts. These much-needed funds will make a huge difference to the lives of vulnerable children ac
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It is a strange phenomenon that today, even though we have every conceivable labour saving gadget available, no one seems to have any spare time! Nearly every client I talk to asks for a low maintenance garden. It is therefore vital when choosing a h
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Making Hard & Soft Landscaping Choices

The choice of planting is very important to ensure year-round interest in the garden. When designing an outdoor space, it is essential to get the balance right between hard and soft landscaping. Both require a lot of careful thought.
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Design Your Garden to Last a Lifetime

It is often feared that low maintenance means your garden will look like a concrete jungle. However, with a bit of thoughtful planning, Tobermore can help you strike a really good balance between hard and soft landscaping. This ensures that your gard
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One of Tobermore’s latest product offerings, Pembury, has been installed at the new 752,334 sq ft Wellesbourne Distribution Park in Warwickshire by Urban Civil Engineering
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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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Tobermore’s fabulous Fusion block paving has been specified for the new West Rhyl Green Space in North Wales which has saw the area revitalised with a new urban park and surrounding greenery.
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Potato Wharf is an eco-conscious development in Castlefield, Manchester, from Crosby Lend Lease. Tobermore’s Hydropave Tegula permeable paving in the unique, blended colours of Bracken, Heather and Cedar are featured on the grounds.
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Tobermore’s Manhattan plank paving has provided an innovative hard landscaping solution for East Ayrshire Council on their recent redevelopment of Onthank Primary School in Kilmarnock.
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The Solihull Gateway project has saw £2.3m worth of highway improvements in the Station Road and Poplar Road areas of Solihull town centre, forming a key ‘Gateway' for access into the town centre.
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A stunning memorial has been unveiled in the North sea-port town of Hartlepool to mark 100 years since the town was bombarded by German warships in World War One. Tobermore are very proud to be involved in this moving tribute to those who lost their
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Alphington Retail Park in Exeter is a 23,500 sq ft development of retail warehousing and trade counter units recently constructed by Henry W Pollard & Sons. The scheme benefits from new shared car parking and the completion of a new link road into a
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Peel Park Quarter is a new, state of the art student accommodation complex at the University of Salford. The £81 million project was managed by Graham Construction and has been referred to as one of Europe’s largest single phase student accommodation
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Red Burn Farm is a branch of the UK’s popular Farmhouse Inn restaurant and bar chain, located in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire. The new outlet has been adorned with a unique landscape design consisting of a combination of Tobermore’s world class paving
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Ebbw Vale College Square is a stunning new public space developed by Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council that connects Ebbw Vale Railway Station and the town centre, which all come together as 'The Works,' a regeneration project to redevelop the for
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Designed by Ellis Williams Architect, Basford Hall at New College Nottingham is the largest construction training academy in the Midlands and has been described as the ideal place to kick-start a career in construction.
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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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Vic 575 replied to James's discussion Greetings
"Hello and welcome to the club. Welcome to life being controlled and dominated by the weather.
The advice I would give the ‘me’ of 29 years ago when I went self-employed is the critical advice I would give to any new start up gardening business.
Get…"
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James posted a discussion
Hello All,I'm new to the forum and thought I would introduce myself.Currently looking to start a small gardening business In March after handing in my notice next Thursday.I'm trying to do my planning at the moment but struggling with the wealth of…
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Billybop replied to Gary's discussion That extra day ....
"not for me, i thrive on unpredictability, the less routine the better lol ... what i do is weather dependent and have elderly parents and young children, i am out pretty much every sunday and bank holiday with my other business, again the results fr…"
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David @ Eastleigh Garden Service replied to Gary's discussion That extra day ....
"That’s a worry when you are in business lol"
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David @ Eastleigh Garden Service replied to James King's discussion Stihl Kombi Brush
"Agree. Also articulating battery powered hedge cutter one is also ‘poor’"
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John F replied to James King's discussion Stihl Kombi Brush
"The BG -KLM combi blower i find useful but mine is about six years old and lasted well , it is powerful enough to take wet leaves off most surfaces and deal with most debris , Its possibly not an essential accessory though , I didn't use mine much w…"
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Billybop replied to Gary's discussion That extra day ....
"Just another day to me might work or might not can't plan that far ahead lol"
11 hours ago
James King replied to James King's discussion Stihl Kombi Brush
"Hi James. I bought the Pick Tine and have only used it on one job. This was on a flower bed with soft soil. Perhaps I'm wrong, but, I look at tools as to how often they are used and therefore value for money. The hedge cutter, pruner and strimmer (s…"
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Harry@VWGS replied to James King's discussion Stihl Kombi Brush
"I’d say the hedge trimmer attachment is not as good as some others on the market, Stihl’s old version was brilliant, the new one I would not buy again. "
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James Duke replied to James King's discussion Stihl Kombi Brush
"Hi James, what attachments do you consider not to be so good? I am doing the same as you and building up my collection "
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Clive Meredeen replied to Lesley Anne Bloomer's discussion When to lay bark chips - before or after planting?
"Agree that ground cover planting needs careful selection but by definition you want them to spread by rhizomes or stolon to cover the surface beneath shrubs and / or herbaceous plants. It may require some weeding initially while the ground cover pla…"
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James King replied to James King's discussion Stihl Kombi Brush
"Cheers Gary. As with Dom, you have answered my concerns. I do have the Kombi kit and am rapidly increasing the number of attachments - some good, some not so good, hence my question. Do you happen to use the path edger? this is something else I am c…"
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Angela Sharp replied to Lesley Anne Bloomer's discussion When to lay bark chips - before or after planting?
"Good point about soil being ill. Membrane must interrupt the normal activity of worms, and may interrupt the passage of nutrients and possibly the funghi that are an essential part of the normal structure of healthy soil. I wonder how much it affect…"
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Greetings

Hello All,I'm new to the forum and thought I would introduce myself.Currently looking to start a small gardening business In March after handing in my notice next Thursday.I'm trying to do my planning at the moment but struggling with the wealth of…

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Bessertrim brushcutters

Hi all.Our echo brush cutter after 7 years of abuse is now beyond economical repair. I was going to plump for the exact same new model, but knowing parts can be pricey I've vaguely thought about purchasing a different brand. My newest employee…

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