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A Laurel Hedge for Middlezoy Rovers FC

Saturday, 14 June 2014 14:46:00 Europe/London

The Football Association (FA) has selected Middlezoy Rovers FC in Somerset as one of eight clubs to pilot a new ‘Self-Help Scheme’. The FA has given £1000 towards materials for the development of the grounds and facilities and the rest is down to the local community members to organise donations from local businesses and help from local people.

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Posted By Roger Eavis

Following an autumn and winter of storms, the demand for fence panels has risen to five times higher than normal levels. The St Jude Storm at the end of October depleted stocks and the subsequent storms in January and February now mean there are weeks of wait to get fencing panels.

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Posted By Roger Eavis

An established hedge will not blow down in the wind like a fence, it does not need painting, won’t go rotten and will last a lifetime if trimmed regularly.  Most hedges only need to be pruned once a year and if they are kept to the same height as a fence panel, i.e. 6ft, they are easy to maintain with a hedgetrimmer and there is no need to go on a wobbly ladder.

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Hedging at Montacute House

Tuesday, 28 May 2013 17:08:38 Europe/London

I visited Montacute House for the first time this week. It is a National Trust property near Yeovil in Somerset.  The gardens were very formal and the planting was not spectacular but the hedges were great! 

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Posted By Roger Eavis

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A Laurel Hedge for Middlezoy Rovers FC

Saturday, 14 June 2014 14:46:00 Europe/London

The Football Association (FA) has selected Middlezoy Rovers FC in Somerset as one of eight clubs to pilot a new ‘Self-Help Scheme’. The FA has given £1000 towards materials for the development of the grounds and facilities and the rest is down to the local community members to organise donations from local businesses and help from local people.

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

Following an autumn and winter of storms, the demand for fence panels has risen to five times higher than normal levels. The St Jude Storm at the end of October depleted stocks and the subsequent storms in January and February now mean there are weeks of wait to get fencing panels.

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

An established hedge will not blow down in the wind like a fence, it does not need painting, won’t go rotten and will last a lifetime if trimmed regularly.  Most hedges only need to be pruned once a year and if they are kept to the same height as a fence panel, i.e. 6ft, they are easy to maintain with a hedgetrimmer and there is no need to go on a wobbly ladder.

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

Hedging at Montacute House

Tuesday, 28 May 2013 17:08:38 Europe/London

I visited Montacute House for the first time this week. It is a National Trust property near Yeovil in Somerset.  The gardens were very formal and the planting was not spectacular but the hedges were great! 

Read More
Posted By Roger Eavis

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