Following on from our first press release, Crawley news contacted us as they were interested in Aye's 'story' - where he came from, how we met and our success as a gardening business.
You can read the full story here: Ayegardening in the Crawley News
Thank you for all the lovely feedback on our …Continue
To increase our profile in the local area we have launched our bi-monthly newsletter. It's aim is to provide interesting information on all things landscaping and also a useful tool to promote the company and show we know what we are talking about.
Using emails and social media we can spread the word and also having the opt in button on our website allows us to send it out with a Marshalls brochure to interested customers see…Continue
Added by Mike Warman on June 26, 2012 at 10:23 — No Comments
Current trading in line with expectations
Marshalls' revenue for the year ended 31 December 2011 increased by 8 per cent to £334 million (2010: £309 million).
Sales to the Public Sector and Commercial end market, which represent approximately 60 per cent of Marshalls' sales, were up 9 per cent and sales to the Domestic end market including Domestic International sales, on a continuing basis, were up by 7 per cent compared to the prior year. Sales into International end markets…Continue
Added by Phil Voice on January 6, 2012 at 7:00 — No Comments
Etesia UK has just launched a brand-new website, showcasing their vast range of ride-on & pedestrian mowers, brushcutters and the complete range of Pellenc Lithium-ion battery powered equipment.
“Following years of being told that our UK…Continue
Added by Chris Bassett on November 16, 2011 at 16:14 — No Comments
Modesty prevents me from too much bell ringing, but it’s worth noting that any magazine/ business that’s around for nearly 13 years is doing more than one or two things correctly.
One of the rewards of this stability is a significant increase in editorial investment that you will see materialise over the next 12 months- this will result in more writers, more features and extra pages .
It’s a good time to say hello to the new readers that…
Added by Phil Voice on July 24, 2011 at 11:30 — No Comments
Yesterday for the second year along with fellow judges Mathew Appleby from Horticulture Week and David Curtis, editor of The Landscaper, I was invited to judge Efig Office Plant of The Year.
Added by claudia de yong on July 21, 2011 at 8:30 — No Comments
Garden Designer Vacancy: Cheshire and Manchester
Cheshire/Manchester based multi-award winning design practice Kirman Design requires a full time garden designer to work from a busy garden centre office. Candidates must be able to think on their feet, have a hands on, proactive approach and be able to work on their own initiative. Must be professional, diplomatic, capable of dealing with landscapers and be…
Added by Andy Kirman on March 22, 2011 at 11:30 — No Comments
Horticultural learners were among the prize winners at the eighth annual Lantra Land-based and Aquaculture Learner of the Year awards. This highly prestigious event, held at the Crieff Hydro hotel, attracted 140 guests and was attended by the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment, Richard Lochhead.
Daryl Russell, who is employed by North Lanarkshire Council scooped the 'Horticultural Learner of the Year' award.
Daryl recently completed a SVQ…Continue
Added by Lantra Sector Skills Council on March 8, 2011 at 9:40 — No Comments
Ready for the coming season - Unreal Gardens officially launched on March 1st ready for the Spring season.
Unreal Gardens Specialise in supplying to both the trade and the general public, a wide range of low maintenance & artificial garden & landscape products specifically aimed at those people who love their garden but hate the work involved. The kind of people who dream about having a beautiful garden no…Continue
The first UK sale by French manufacturer Etesia of its latest 4-wheel drive BPHPX rotary mower with a near full complement of utility attachments has been made to a major 364 days a year visitor attraction. Dealer Parks & Grounds Machinery of Bidford-on-Avon supplied the ride-on unit complete with brush and collect facility, a hopper for seeding or gritting, and a snow plough to Birmingham’s Botanical Gardens and Glasshouse.
First opened in 1832, the15-acre site in the…Continue
Added by Chris Bassett on March 4, 2011 at 12:02 — No Comments
TOP QUALITY LAURUS TOPIARY!
In keeping with their annual tradition, Belgian based Laurica Plants have once again been a major attraction at some of the leading trade events in early 2011. Great interest in their top quality topiary was generated at the IPM…Continue
The recent Green-tech, Valentines day competition, proved to be a huge success and that we are all a romantic lot at heart.
Over 300 respondents correctly found 10 Greenies hidden in the woods and were entered into the Green-tech draw to win a bottle of Champagne.
There were 3 lucky winners…Continue
Added by Green-tech on February 22, 2011 at 16:05 — No Comments
GARY MUMBY, managing director of BLEC, reports optimism for the year ahead with sales of four machines at BTME, Harrogate, and an increase in exports.
"Harrogate was a good show for us with sales of four machines including the Rotorake, Turfmaker Seeder and Laser Grader," said Gary, prior to…Continue
Added by Gary Mumby on February 18, 2011 at 11:30 — No Comments
Etesia UK has presented a Pro46 pedestrian mower complete with mulching kit to the winner of the prize draw competition winner which was run at IOG SALTEX 2010 and within the August-November issues of The Landscaper magazine.
Terry Bates of Bates Garden Maintenance, Surrey was presented with mower by Etesia’s new Southern Area Sales Manager, Phillip Gibson at the company’s UK head quarters in Oxfordshire earlier this month where he was also given a tour of the new…Continue
Added by Chris Bassett on February 17, 2011 at 10:26 — No Comments
Central Scotlands Biggest Landscape company has came away gleeming with 3 prestigious marshalls awards.
Best Engineering Achievement ( 2 years running )
Best driveway installation under 5k
Best use of ethically sourced Fairstone.
Added by Briarlea landscapes & Driveways on January 28, 2011 at 21:30 — No Comments
The Landscape Juice Network [LJN] is a very powerful source of garden and landscaping related information. What makes LJN so unique and loved by Google, is because the information being written and added to the site is coming from the very people who drive the industry - YOU.…
Added by Phil Voice on January 1, 2011 at 10:30 — No Comments
On Thursday 9th December 2010, we attended the Marshalls Regional Award Ceremony/Roadshow.
We were nominees in five different categories, bringing one award away for 'Best Use of Ethically Sourced Fairstone' which we were really chuffed about.
We have spent the last two years trying out different patio paving layouts and were rewarded for our endeavours.
We thoroughly enjoyed the roadshow and look forward to a prosperous 2011.
In December of this year we entered one of our patio transformations into the Marshalls regional competitions. All of the Marshalls Registered contractors can put forward their installations into these competitions. On the 11th December 2010 Marshalls hosted a big meeting where all of the contractors where invited to discuss new products, landscaping ideas and much more.…Continue