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  1. We are looking for a passionate gardener to join our expanding business. Sheasby Tree Services are offering a very exciting new opportunity for the right candidate! What we offer; Comprehensive in house training A diverse workload in beautiful locations A friendly and positive admin support team Professional and organised admin support for your growing gardening business Company uniform A growing, forward thinking company with a high employee satisfaction focus Access to exclusive clients What we want; Motivated and dedicated individuals who strive to provide the highest standard of work Professional attitude and ability to communicate clearly with colleagues and clients alike Experience in a similar role is essential (gardening qualifications are desirable) Full UK driving license Eagerness to learn and develop a rewarding gardening career The ideal candidate will have a very strong work ethic, be a flexible and reliable team player with the ability to use their own initiative. Experience working with exclusive clientele is desired although this is not essential. You should be discrete and professional in your conduct and confident working alone. If you would like more information about this exciting opportunity, please contact us on 0800 121 6130 or send a copy of your CV with a Cover Letter to Helena O’Keeffe via email; [email protected] Application Deadline: 18th June 2021
  2. The Ladies Ltd

    The Ladies

    Hi there, I need wood chips for a Community Garden at N7 0RB. We can accept from this week coming, April 12th, 2021. It needs to be most clean wood chips as it’s going to be used for mulch around flower and veg beds. Please msg me here or text me on 07366307573. Many thanks! Suelan
  3. Jani Llangorse

    Bryn Celyn Veg

    We are a small veg garden but always in need of woodchip.
  4. alexjvale

    Countryside Smallholding

    We're a family-run smallholding looking to take your woodchip for pathways, mulch, and compost. The site has great access to the main road with plenty of turning space for all vehicle sizes. We've had 12-wheelers enter and turn with no issue. Someone will be available 7am to 8pm, Monday to Sunday.
  5. Gardener/Pruner John Barber Pruning £18,000 - £19,000 a year depending on experience John Barber Pruning is a family run established business based in Leamington Spa. Our work is based around the Warwickshire area. We are expanding our team and we are looking to recruit a new gardener/pruner. The candidate applying must have a full UK driving licence. We are looking for a reliable and hard working candidate to add to our growing team, must have experience or be qualified in Horticulture or Arboriculture. NVQ 1 and 2 in Horticulture would be advantageous. A CS 30/31 qualification is also useful but not essential. Our business is based on our high standards and high quality of work we produce. Our work is extremely varied and offers a good opportunity to learn new skills, training and qualifications to further your career will also be offered. This role is for 40 hours a week with early starts from Warwick. We look forward to receiving your CV and arranging an interview. www.johnbarberpruning.co.uk
  6. Hi I run a company called EPM and we have been asked by a managing agent to quote for the trimming of a few hedges at some apartment blocks where we do the communal cleaning. We normally just do the regular grass cutting at these places, but I want to start doing more of the general garden maintenance The tops of the hedges in question are just reachable with a step ladder, and are about 4 feet wide. I need to buy just one hedgetrimmer that will not only do this, but will trim most hedges I might encounter. I'm wondering whether a pole trimmer might be the best type to get. I've also seen hedgetrimmers with the throttle at the rear and a handle half way up the blade. Which size and type would be the best all rounder to buy? Any advice is welcome. Cheers
  7. Groundsman/climber/gardener wanted in the Bishops Stortford area. Contact Paul at [email protected] with experience and tickets held.


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