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Winners announced at SGD Awards 2017

Winners announced at SGD Awards 2017

The Society of Garden Designers has announced the winners of the SGD Awards 2017 at its sixth annual award ceremony in London. Robert Myers MSGD was presented with the most prestigious award of the night, winning the Grand Award for The Magic Garden at Hampton Court Palace; while Matt Keightley MSGD won three awards including the distinguished...

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Reinstating native wildflowers

Reinstating native wildflowers

Almost 1600 native wildflowers have been planted across the Yorkshire Dales and Forest of Bowland this year thanks to the efforts of two experts and a team of volunteers, to provide crucial pollen and nectar for bees and other beneficial insects next year. Almost 1000 of these baby ‘plug’ plants have been carefully grown and hand-planted into...

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SureSet – Making accessible gardens

SureSet – Making accessible gardens

Whether your project is a professional landscaping commission or a residential garden, everyone benefits from accessibility. Not only does it open up an area to everyone, it also addresses everyday practical issues from moving garden toys and furniture around to the job we all dread - putting the wheelie bin out! The inclusion of ramps and...

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Jacob Botting takes home Gold at APL WorldSkills UK Final

Jacob Botting takes home Gold at APL WorldSkills UK Final

Jacob Botting of Myerscough College has been announced as ‘Best in the UK’ in landscaping after winning gold at the Association of Professional Landscapers (APL) WorldSkills UK final. Ross Conquest of Conquest Hard Landscaping took silver, and, Aaron Byrne of Reaseheath College took bronze. The APL WorldSkills final took place last week from...

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Quality & Service makes Living Wage Commitment

Quality & Service makes Living Wage Commitment

Quality & Service, (Q&S) the independent commercial landscape company, has announced that it is now a formally Recognised Service Provider proudly working together with the Living Wage Foundation. Q&S had implemented the UK and London Living Wage for employees working at its head office and a proportion of core employees working on...

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New website design for Laurica Plants

New website design for Laurica Plants

Europe's leading Laurel grower Laurica Plants has re-designed its company website to make it easier for clients to use. The company, based in Jabbeke near Bruges, decided to update its website for wholesalers, buyers for garden centres, and those in the landscaping sector to be able to easily access what they are looking for along with relevant...

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Kioti UK relocates following the closure of RECO

Kioti UK relocates following the closure of RECO

Kioti UK is pleased to announce that their move from the former RECO premises in Station Road, St Neots is completed and they now have an identity in their own right. Kioti UK will be based in offices attached to Abbotsley Golf Hotel on the outskirts of St Neots with warehousing facilities located just one mile away. Kioti UK Ltd started...

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Proludic to enable 1 million people to be more active by 2020

Proludic to enable 1 million people to be more active by 2020

One of the UK's leading outdoor fitness equipment company Proludic aims to get over one million people more active by 2020 using its range of outdoor fitness equipment. With growing obesity issues and with a marked increase in the proportion of adults that are *obese from 13.2 per cent in 1993 to 26.0 per cent in 2013 for men, and from 16.4 per...

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Noel Kingsbury to deliver the Leonard Broadbent Annual Lecture

Noel Kingsbury to deliver the Leonard Broadbent Annual Lecture

Ness Botanic Gardens to host an inspiring talk ‘Wild about Perennials’ by garden designer, writer and teacher, Noel Kingsbury. This year’s Leonard Broadbent lecture will focus on the ‘new wave’ of naturalistic planting design using perennial plants; introducing ideas and techniques to inspire your own planting schemes. This contemporary planting...

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UK Government ‘seven years behind’ tree planting target

UK Government ‘seven years behind’ tree planting target

The current rate of woodland creation in England means the Government will be seven years late in hitting its 11 million trees target, according to forestry trade body Confor. The target of planting 11 million trees in the 2015-2020 parliamentary term has been repeated regularly by successive Cabinet ministers, including Andrea Leadsom, Secretary...

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