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The London Borough of Southwark is an incredibly busy area within Inner London, boasting some of the city’s greatest landmarks and tourist attractions such as Tower Bridge, London Bridge, The Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, to name a few

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A stunning memorial has recently 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 lo

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Tobermore have supplied a range of beautiful paving products for Oakhill Grange in Aberdeen, the impressive new development created by Dandara. Dandara are one of the UK’s largest independent property development companies, renowned for creating inno

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Almost 60 years after Her Majesty the Queen opened the original Terminal 2 at Heathrow Airport in 1955, HM and The Duke of Edinburgh officially opened the new Terminal 2: The Queen’s Terminal at a prestigious ceremony attended by over 1, 000 people.

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Designed by Kevin Brady Architects, the redevelopment of the Rochdale Campus at Hopwood Hall College is phase one of a highly impressive £19 million overhaul at the educational facility which includes a spectacular new landscape featuring an expanse

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Congratulations to N.T. Killingley Ltd who secured a well deserved accolade at the BALI Awards for their amazing landscape design at Uppingham School Science Block in Rutland.

Completed in 2014, the project at Uppingham School earned the company the p

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Based within Weston Business Quarter, 'The Hive' is an exciting new business enterprise hub which aims to provide the best resources for business advice and support. The purpose of this new initiative is to help local businesses thrive and grow and b

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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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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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With more than £150 million currently invested in the University of Lincoln and having the first building at the University opened by the Queen in 1996, The Times Good University Guide has described it as ‘the most dramatic transformation of a Univer

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Fleur Voice posted a blog post
STIHL has launched a range of service kits for petrol handheld tools that enable professional and domestic owners to carry out simple routine engine maintenance themselves, increasing their tools reliability and longevity.Developed by STIHL to make…
13 minutes ago
John F replied to Andrew . Perkins's discussion Do battery powered tools justify the cost ?
"Once you use battery its hard not to like and the cost becomes irrelevant and i use several brands even when i match a budget brand to the correct task it performs well , never had a single problem . 
I still need a petrol blower not sure if there…"
8 hours ago
William Beard replied to Andrew . Perkins's discussion Do battery powered tools justify the cost ?
"I agree with the previous replies.  I love battery kit for all the noise,  vibration,  fumes and butting fuel reasons. I personally run the Stihl kit. It's not been without faults or problems but i know the husky stuff isn't either.  I have the…"
16 hours ago
Sean Clarke replied to Andrew . Perkins's discussion Do battery powered tools justify the cost ?
"I would say that cost saving isn't the main reason to move to battery, just another reason."
17 hours ago
Billybop replied to Andrew . Perkins's discussion Do battery powered tools justify the cost ?
"Hi with the good brands the batteries themselves will outlast the machines quite a few times over. There is something a bit disposable about some of the kit but if treated properly it will do you proud. And some of them quite easy to fix if…"
17 hours ago
Jim Gibbon liked Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
18 hours ago
Agata Wolf replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"Thank you very much!
Also, I have this book but totally forgot about it so will have a look.
It's a brick wall."
18 hours ago
Agata Wolf replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"That was my first thought but the cost was too high for the client as there are 4 trees that will need it.
Although, it looks very sturdy!"
18 hours ago
Nicholas Rymer replied to Nicholas Rymer's discussion Make the most of a Staycation
"If I could develop further as the reason for talking about our outdoor kitchens within the landscape juice network, 90% of the kitchens we manufacture and supply will require an element of both hard and soft landscaping within the project and we…"
18 hours ago
Ben Pritchard replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"Winner, thank you."
19 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"No need for trellis for annual climbers, vine eyes wire then run string verticaly, cut it all down straight in compost. "
19 hours ago
Andrew . Perkins posted a discussion
I am really considering a battery powered Husqvarna 520 iHD70  anyone have one ?I am just struggling to justify the cost of a  battery powered machine compared to petrol . I'll probably need 2 to 3 batteries and at least a charger or two . the cost…
19 hours ago
Ben Pritchard replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"Looks the business and priced accordingly.
I was considering how to put up some sheep netting today for a similar effect.
As a lot of climbers needing a trellis are annual, it needs to look acceptable through the winter or be easy to remove."
19 hours ago
Ben Pritchard replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"Makes perfect sense if it fits between the blocks or if you're drilling into the stone, so much stronger.
I think 10mm is a bit big for most wall applications. I tend to accept a bit of bend is inevitable and try to prevent it by drilling deeper for…"
19 hours ago
Etesia UK posted a blog post
When it comes to purchasing a new ride-on mower, there are many manufacturers and models currently available. Whether you require 2wd or 4wd, petrol or diesel, ground-tip or high-tip, there are lots of options. But, what should you be looking at?…
22 hours ago
Glen Stillman replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"Very good series of books! I tend to keep a copy of the pruning one in my van for reference / reassurance. "
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Nomix Lance problems

Hi,I bought the frontline compact lance a couple of years ago, the first one I had the square discs didn't work so they sent a replacement. The second lance for used a couple of times and then blocked despite using the cleaning fluid. At the time I…

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