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Simon Rotheram

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Nice work, whats the legality of having short spiked fencing? I remember a boy at school slipping on it think he can still have kids. Good article in essential arb by the way and well done on the AA stuff.

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not sure i like how you use square flags and gaps or little fillits to turn on the paths but other than that they look good:thumbup:

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Have you thought of using the radius segments to make curved paths? I dont know if you can buy the indian stone segments seperately, but you certainly used to be able to buy the reproduction yorkstone one individually.


Used to do pond edgings with them too.

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All great work there


I did my chainsaw course i think with your brother Dan in january at Kingswood


Yes, Dan and Luke went down - hope you did ok?

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