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CJ Wildlife Webcams: Follow our nesting birds live!

CJ Wildlife Webcams: Follow our nesting birds live!

Winter is over and spring is here, although it is still a little cold and dark, nature is certainly well on its way to preparing for a new season. Spring flowers can be seen everywhere and the sound of birdsongs are loud and clear. It is the time of year that we see lambs and...
New products, show-offers and Prizes to be won at SALTEX

New products, show-offers and Prizes to be won at SALTEX

Sherriff Amenity will be launching a number of new products, offering a range of special show offers and giving away free prizes on Stand E060 at SALTEX 2016. Sherriff Amenity, providers of the most comprehensive range of goods and services to the UK amenity and landscape markets, are expecting a busy exhibition when SALTEX opens...
Can you help improve the health of a nation?

Can you help improve the health of a nation?

By Naturopath Hermann Keppler, Principal of CNM (College of Naturopathic Medicine). Every day, natural health practitioners like me witness at least some cases of ill health which have been caused or worsened by the very environment which should help us to flourish. I am a Naturopath and the Founder and Principal of a college that...
Made-to-measure planters revolutionise container design

Made-to-measure planters revolutionise container design

New online service allows you to order custom-built containers at the click of a button Visit www.landscaping.co.uk/planters now Finding bespoke planters for an outside space can be a real headache. Local garden centres only stock a standard size – and you can guarantee it’s not the one you want. If you’ve ever tried finding L-shaped...
Clearstone resin bound: Elegant driveway that is ‘wowing’ passers-by

Clearstone resin bound: Elegant driveway that is ‘wowing’ passers-by

Project Brief: When Emilio Nella and his family moved into their beautiful thatched cottage in prestigious Farnborough Park, he knew the drive needed replacing. The existing resin bound drive was disintegrating, exposing patches of the heavy-grade tarmac laid when the home was built in 1926.