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  • Palisade security fencing vs mesh security fencing
    Barkers Fencing
    When it comes to specifying high-security fencing, there is a range of options to choose from. But the two main choices are palisade security fencing or mesh security fencing. Both in their own right have different benefits and...
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  • High-security fencing for vaccine centres & Bio-chemical
    Barkers Fencing
    COVID-19 has unearthed a stark realisation of what devastating effects a virus/disease can have on not only people’s health but their livelihood, freeness and the economy. A number of COVID-19 vaccines have now been authorised...
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  • Red thread disease in lawns - how to treat it
    Harrowden Turf
    What does red thread disease look like? The first clue that your lawn may be suffering from red thread disease is the appearance of small straw-coloured patches in the sward. These patches usually have an irregular shape and you...
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  • The pentatonic scale for early years
    Percussion Play
    Music makes a unique contribution to playful learning with fun interactive music activities encouraging infants to develop new skills in language, motor abilities and cognitive skills. Approached in the right way, music time...
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  • Waterplay – A Rich And Valuable Learning Experience
    Timotay Playscapes
    Waterplay already has a prominent place in nurseries and preschool settings. Waterplay provides hours of fun and a multitude of fantastic learning and development opportunities. It provides rich and valuable childhood experiences...
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  • How to create a wild garden to encourage wildlife
    Sovereign Design Play Systems
    As natural play continues to dominate the education sector, more Schools than ever are incorporating wild gardens into their grounds to support the national curriculum. From Early Years through to Primary education, learning...
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  • Encouraging caterpillars and moths in garden design
    Palmstead Nurseries
    Working with Palmstead Nurseries on its forthcoming Soft Landscape Workshop in Ashford, Kent, Kate Bradbury is the author of The Wildlife Gardener and a freelance garden writer. She will be discussing biodiversity, provenance and...
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  • Fundraising for new play area projects
    Sovereign Design Play Systems
    Put the Fun in Fundraising by getting staff, pupils and parents involved and organise an event which can not only raise necessary funds for a new project but help bring communities together. Fundraising is a fantastic way to...
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  • Demistifying Concrete - Part 2
    Marshalls - landscape protection & furniture
    In recent years, concrete has come under some very close scrutiny in terms of its environmental credentials. Concrete production actually has a low environmental impact, but it is currently manufactured in such enormous...
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  • The importance of accredited security fencing
    Barkers Fencing
    When specifying security fencing, it is essential to know the quality of the fence you’re using, as well as the standard it will perform too. This is where accreditation comes in, accreditation ensures fences, or anything for...
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  • When to specify MMA cold plastic surface markings
    Meon Ltd
    MMA (Methyl Methacrylate) Cold Plastic is a 2-component extremely durable surface marking system used mainly in high-stress traffic areas. MMA Cold Plastics have been successfully used throughout Europe for many years in varied...
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  • 7 tips to greatly improve the quality of car parks
    Meon Ltd
    Car parks are a common and, some would say, underrated system within any industry - public and private. They provide an organised, safe, and easy way to park when visiting somewhere. Although holding such importance to a...
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  • Top tips for laying turf in hot weather
    Harrowden Turf
    A beautifully manicured and verdant lawn is quintessentially British and should feature in every garden from a country manor house to an urban abode. The environmental benefits and the sense of wellbeing generated by a velvety...
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  • Perimeter safety and security at independent schools
    Jacksons Fencing
    What are the greatest threats to an independent school’s security? As a company, Jacksons has delivered over 5,000 projects to pre-schools, primary and secondary schools, academies and places of higher education over the past 10...
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  • Time to Get a Grip on Runoff Pollution?
    SDS
    Jo Bradley has a long-standing professional interest in surface water runoff pollution, both with the Environment Agency and in her current role as Market Development Manager with water infrastructure firm SDS. She offers an...
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