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The newly sign written Ayegardening van.
Ayegardening is really excited to announce that our new van is ready to go - newly sign written - watch out for it around Crawley, Horsham and Dorking areas.

 

    Ayegardening

Ayegardening is a friendly, reliable, hard working family gardening business serving Crawley, Horsham and Dorking areas but also spanning across Surrey and West Sussex.

Our services in the Crawley, Dorking and Horsham areas include garden clearance; lawn mowing; hedge cutting; large grounds mowing; regular garden maintenance; domestic and commercial grounds maintenance; garden tidying; turfing; pressure washing and snow clearance.
We deliver a quality gardening service. We pride ourselves on being friendly, hard working and having excellent communication.
Ayegardening
Contact: Aye or Susan
http://www.ayegardening.co.uk
office@ayegardening.co.uk
01293 516874
07547 058921
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  • Van looks fantastic! Can't wait to I am at that stage...
    How's the business ticking over anyway? Thanks again For the phone call :D hope to be up and running in a months time if all goes to plan.
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    Thanks Darren, won't be long- bet it will go quite quick once you are up and running.

    Business doing great- sunshine helps too!

    No prob for phonecall....if you want any more help give me a call or email

    Susan

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