Parks & Gardens (Page 1)


Solving the problem

As a repeat Otterbine customer The Hurlingham Club in Fulham, London, has turned once again to the pond and lake aeration specialist for three new machines...

in Parks & Gardens - on 28/10/22


DLF dazzle in flower show

The versatility of wild flowers is well documented, increasing biodiversity and delivering dazzling displays of colour to all types of public spaces and...

in Parks & Gardens - on 9/9/22


Kubota in Kingston

Kubota’s new F-series mower is playing an important role in Glendale Services’ new contract in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, which involves the maintenance...

in Parks & Gardens - on 1/9/22


Pellenc in exotic garden

The team responsible for maintaining the incredible Logan Botanic Garden have noticed several benefits since investing in a wide-range of Pellenc battery-powered...

in Parks & Gardens - on 5/7/22

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Protected spaces in Wales

The number of parks and green spaces legally protected forever in Wales is set to hit the 300 mark after Wrexham County Borough Council took the next step...

in Parks & Gardens - on 23/4/22


Protecting green spaces

Fields in Trust recently visited Liverpool's Walton Hall Park, to meet with representatives of Liverpool City Council and the city's Friends of groups...

in Parks & Gardens - on 6/4/22

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Otterbine brings new life

Darlington Council has recently acquired two Sunburst aerating fountains from Otterbine for the lake in the town’s historic South Park, and is reaping...

in Parks & Gardens - on 31/3/22

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Walking on air ...

The oldest enclosed Royal Park, Greenwich covers 74 hectares on top of a hill where visitors enjoy sweeping views across the River Thames to St Paul’s...

in Parks & Gardens - on 15/3/22


Holiday park scoops award

Lakeland's Park Cliffe holiday park has returned from this year's Cumbria in Bloom awards with a whole bunch of floral and environmental accolades

in Parks & Gardens - on 14/11/21

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Q&A with Phil Cormie

Phil Cormie - a good barbie and some classic rock would fit the bill!

in Parks & Gardens - on 19/10/21

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Newby’s newcomer

Newby Hall and Gardens, set in forty acres alongside the banks of the River Ure near Ripon in North Yorkshire, form part of a 519-acre estate. David Mears...

in Parks & Gardens - on 19/10/21

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Blackpool illuminated

Street cleansing and Groundcare may appear unlikely bedfellows but they are buddying up well in Blackpool. Greg Rhodes talks ‘integration’ to Grounds...

in Parks & Gardens - on 7/10/21

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Groundskeeper speaks out

A groundskeeper has spoken of the disgusting behaviour he has witnessed from the public while at work. Elliot Guthrie, bowls green keeper at Beaumond Gardens...

in Parks & Gardens - on 30/7/21

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Terrain’s deep aeration

Situated near Wakefield, West Yorkshire, the Yorkshire Sculpture Park is an open-air gallery that showcases work by world-class British and international...

in Parks & Gardens - on 5/6/21

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Etesia goal achieved

It was a brand of mower he always wanted and now, Lee Norris, owner of Four Seasons Gardening, is the proud owner of four brand new Etesia pedestrian...

in Parks & Gardens - on 20/5/21


Groundsmen to the rescue

School groundsmen saved the day by helping to plant Sedbergh Parish Council’s new arboretum just in the nick of time.

in Parks & Gardens - on 25/3/21


Lawn care - a new career?

This article has been written by Jack Chapman of Kingsbury Lawn Care, an independent lawn care company based in the West Midlands. He’s been extremely...

in Parks & Gardens - on 22/2/21


Leisure and golfing feast

One of those much-visited jewels in the crown of historic country properties is Hever Castle in a corner of west Kent. It is best known as the home of...

in Parks & Gardens - on 4/2/21

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Palace of the Peak

Chatsworth, said by many to be the Palace of the Peak, is set on the banks of the River Derwent in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District. Since 1549,...

in Parks & Gardens - on 10/12/20


Switch to battery power

A keen gardener has recently made the switch from petrol to battery power and it has proven to be no mistake! She encourages anyone still using petrol-powered...

in Parks & Gardens - on 21/11/20