Added by Phil Voice on January 4, 2011 at 10:00 — No Comments
Hi to you all, it is the just few days into 2011, after reading here one of the threads at the forum about maintenance of lawn edging - I thought that you must here this story.
It is a real story, about my father in law that may effect the way you think in life.
I remember that I came to the uk at the first time 1996 , I just came to visit for few weeks, it was summer I stayed at fiona's parents (today my wife and mother to my 4 daughters).
Added by Ofer El-hashahar on January 3, 2011 at 14:01 — No Comments
Each year millions of tonnes of waste building materials and industrial bi-products are sent to landfill.As much as a quarter of this dumped material could be recycled for use as decorative aggregates within gardens and landscaping projects throughout the uk.
Eco-roc products provide environmently aware landscape arichitects and home gardeners with a new range of decorative materials which can be used in resin bound surfacing.
Red Brick- Brick rejects and seconds
Added by Phil Voice on January 1, 2011 at 10:30 — No Comments
Local authorities are still the biggest purchaser of trees for the urban environment.Many people felt the economic squeeze would affect their purchasing power,in fact it has changed the way they buy trees,instead of ordering trees with a girth of 20-25cm they are now ordering 16-18cm.
Smaller ornamental varieties like Sorbus,cherry ,field maple are becoming more popular because of their smaller root systems growing up to 4min height which fits in with the smaller street sizes but…Continue
Our first attempt at putting together a summary video for a design and build project. Production values aren't fantastic but it still seems to work. More to follow as time allows. Enjoy...…
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Added by Peak surfacing ltd. on December 23, 2010 at 16:23 — No Comments
Added by Phil Voice on December 23, 2010 at 15:00 — No Comments
Last nights Panorama program on Supermarket domination did not focus, as so many other media reports have, on simply the taste, price and animal welfare aspects of supply and demand together with our unsuppressed appetite for supermarkets; but contained a lot of information with regards the actual damage this domination is causing on the countryside, and those who maintain the countryside and the landscape in…Continue
This post is about how to use affiliates to increase your online sales.
An affiliate is somebody who will advertise your products or services via their marketing channel, such as a blog or website. The best thing about using affiliates, they only get paid a certain percentage if they
generate a sale or lead. Also affiliates are responsible for their own
Affiliate marketing is also another way of getting your brand out to…
Added by Phil Voice on December 21, 2010 at 13:32 — No Comments
Social networking can be defined as linking your website / blog to relevant forums and social platforms, which will create away of getting your message or brand seen by the masses. Doing this, you will start creating a list of followers who are interested in your brand and the masses will find you. Eventually, who will have a database of followers who are linking to your blog feed / website, which will enable you to market your product instantly.
Added by Attica Services on December 20, 2010 at 15:30 — No Comments
The next John Terry could well be sitting in a classroom at Matthew Arnold School in Staines thanks to the opening of a state-of-the-art artificial pitch completed by Agripower Contractors.
The Staines school is celebrating both the opening of the new full size 3G, fully flood lit pitch and a link-up…Continue
Added by Chris Bassett on December 20, 2010 at 13:52 — No Comments
The Glastonbury wounded holy thorn tree has hit the headlines throughout the world recently.
Glastonbury is a wonderfully strange old place. Legend has it that Joseph of Arimathea arrived here with twelve disciples. Standing on Wearyall Hill, he struck his staff into the ground and it took root and grew the branch and blossom of a hawthorn tree. Cuttings have been grafted through the ages to perpetuate its life.…Continue
Yes it is mad! Our dinning table is full of plastic crumbs... I should say recycled plastic crumbs.... the living room looks more or less like a factory..... Oh ... Actually in the middle now... I was cutting 2000 samples of the material that we made Lawn edging, root barriers and any shape raised beds. So 2000 more to cut as I need 4000…Continue
Added by Ofer El-hashahar on December 17, 2010 at 20:00 — No Comments
Pictures of the finished garden where taken about 9 months later.…Continue
Well after a great year what a way for Ultimate Driveways to finish..
After initial trials yorkshire based Peak Surfacing have now decided to use the Boundtex range of polyurethane resins,manufactured by Kent based Resin Bonded Surfaces.
The boundtex range of polyurethane resins is made from sustainable renewable biomass materials which make it environmentally friendly .
With the popularity of resin bound gravel and the increasing number or manufacturers it is important to find a manufacturer that you can work with that offers excellent customer…Continue
Added by Peak surfacing ltd. on December 15, 2010 at 14:30 — No Comments
The UK landscape and woodland suffer significant losses of environmentally and ecologically important species every Christmas time.
The demise of the female Holly tree is relatively well documented but this does not stop continuing damage by way of removing berry bearing foliage to decorate homes over the Christmas period. Ivy is under no such threat but many other native specimens which are vitally important to wildlife, particularly birds, over the winter period by way of a…Continue