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  1. Ground Control are one of the U.K.’s most established landscape solutions providers and we are looking to immediately expand the commercial grounds maintenance contract for the borough of Wandsworth with the advent of three new field teams. We are looking for smart and presentable teams of 2 or 3 who: • own their own van and garden maintenance tools • have solid experience with maintaining commercial gardens • are business minded with a driven entrepreneurial desire who want to expand • are available to take on extra work in the borough of SW London, (Twickenham, Teddington, Richmond, Hounslow, Kingston-upon-Thames, Feltham, Hampton, Surbiton, Moseley, Walton-on-Thames and surrounding areas) (An NPTC PA1 PA6a spraying certificate would also be an advantage, but not compulsory as training for this can be provided.) We have full and part-time positions available for the right teams. If you would like to be considered or would simply like to know more, please contact John Psota-Jenkins at Ground Control on 07912 184524, or email joinus@ground-control.co.uk
  2. Here's the 6th deal! Tomorrow(Tuesday 16th December) you can grab a Stihl BG86 handheld blower for £175+VAT! This will be available from 8am, so give us a call to grab a bargain! The exclusive code, to go with the famous carol will be "Geese". Number here is 01962 857951
  3. Hey there im looking for some work preferably as a groundsman i have a cs30 (crosscutting but no felling) experience with a chipper brushcutting an strimming, hedge cutter and ride on mower tickets my only down fall is transport really as i don't drive but i can get around on trains or cycle i am very keen and have a passion for the work i do i have previously worked as an assistant ranger at manor farm country park and my responsibilitys included opening up, being left in charge at the park, a keyholder, general maintenance and upkeep ie. cutting the grass strimming & hedgecutting public walkways, leaf-blowing carparks, cutting firewood, being a groundsman for the treesurgeons (cutting lengths, dragging and chipping) fencing, ditch clearing, litterpicking, tree surveys, spotting hazards in the trees ie. hung up branches or snapped limbs so if you are interested in me and my skills or would just like to know more please call matt on 07816043511 thank you for your consideration
  4. This is the contents of Landscape Hub's "Tricks Of The Trade" group - So far ! These articles are submitted by Landscape Hub's members and I was thinking that Arbtalk should start a similar group. Tricks Of The Trade Compost Areas Circular Ponds made from Drainage Rings Simple Bridge Made with Woven Willow Plants Used As Step Risers Integrating Manhole Covers Into paving Raised Brick Planters - Curved Corners Without Using Specials Garden Mirrors - Future Replacements Constructing Raised Planters Using Paving Slabs Garden Bridges - A Simple Construction Site Surveying Method Statement Push Tow Bar Dealing With Steep Banks Steel Edging Slate Patio Feature Building A Moongate Stainless steel Fixings Get Advice from Your Peers The Perfect Mould Compost Cutting Profile Tools For Paving Slabs Mini Ladder - Minimum Load Space Product Library - Protecting Yourself Handling Enquiries - Basic Essentials Topiary Using Shears Mazes - Hedge Cutting With A Difference Quoting - Saving Your Websites Hedge Cutting Contracting - Science & Methodology Garden Shed Makeover (2) Moving Sleepers around On Site Hedge Cutting Perfect Shed Felt Corners In Cold Weather Quick Way To Set Gutter Bracket String Line Lost Bar Nuts, (Chainsaws) Ammo Tins For Small Tools Fast Way To Strip Ivy From Brick Or Stone Work Creating Islands In Butyl Liner Ponds Stone Chips To Windows Tools For Digging Rose Pruning Skip Ramp - Another Landscapers's Essential Oops, The Pull Cord Has Gone! Foundations Forward Planning (1) Foundations Forward Planning (2) Two Pairs (Secateurs) Lawn Edging - An Alternative To Shears Work Platform For Sloping Sites Curved timber (1) - Segments Box Hedging - Fine Detailing Garden Shed Makeover (1) Builders Square - Paving Essential Laying Cobbles Concrete Rake - Invaluable Addition To The Toolkit Laying Paving To A Pattern Using Black & White Materials Power Bends Make Soil Concrete Artificial Grass Handling Equipment Disc Cutter Water Bottle A Sheet Of Ply Has many Uses Site Hose Tidy Gravel Footpaths using Nidagravel
  5. Marks Hall Estate in Coggeshall, Essex are seeking a fulltime qualified Arborist to join our friendly and professional Estate Team in developing and maintaining over 200 acres of Gardens and Arboretum open to the public. For more information or to apply please visit our website Job Vacancies | Marks Hall Gardens & Arboretum
  6. Hi, Another piece of equipment that I'm looking for would be a trailer, I know everyone seems to go for the Ifor Williams. I'm looking for a cages/Mesh sides, ramp not essential but would be preferable. Slighly bigger than the bog standard square shape, any suggestions, I'm activel looking on eBay and gumtree, just if anyone new any second hand trailer co.s, or bargains that they got elsewhere. Thanks Andrew

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