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Functional Front Garden

The Cotoneaster at the front of the garden had become very large and was taking up a lot of space on the perimeter fence. This was removed along with the old fence and grass. Stripping out the Cotoneaster opened up the garden, made it lighter

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Recycling Paving

These old concrete paving slabs were removed from the back garden. We stacked them up, out of the way whilst we worked on laying the ...
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Garden Design

St. Werburgh’s Community Centre Volunteer Day

The community centre is managed by the St. Werburgh’s Community Association, which aims to provide accessible and affordable meeting rooms and facilities for individuals, community ...
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Aggregates and Paving from Bowland Stone

The Bowland Stone brand was born in the early 1990’s when three independent concrete manufacturers saw the need to create a paving range that could ...
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Garden Design

Landscaping and Garden Design Using Recycled Materials

Reclaimed edging stones used to create a curved border, and reclaimed paving slabs used for stepping stones. By using reclaimed landscaping materials that are saved ...
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Biodiversity

Bring Wildlife into Your Garden

Hedgehogs, newts, toads and some birds like to eat slugs and snails, ladybirds and green lacewings eat aphids, and ground beetles, damsel bugs and braconid ...
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Landscaping

Duchy Timber

Larch timber decking created by our team in Long Ashton Duchy Timber are based in Lostwithiel, Cornwall and have been operating their saw mill since ...
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