Landscaping & Estate Maintenance News

New 'Fencing Essentials' Showroom opens.

Bawden Group open new 'Fencing Essentials' showroom in Amesbury to provide customers with the opportunity to see and feel fencing products in comfort before deciding which style would most suit their own gardens.

New "Renew2" Brush System Purchased

The Bawden Group has purchased a "Renew2" brush system as demand for specialist sweeping of artificial turf surfaces and MUGA pitches grows.

BALI Landscape Awards 2010 - Bawden Press Coverage

In December 2010 we were proud and honoured to win first place in the prestigious 'BALI Landscape Awards' for grounds maintenance at the Defence Academy, Swindon. Our success was covered in several articles at the time copies of which have now been attached to this page.

Bawden Managed Landscapes success with Dorset County Council Framework Contract.

Following a competitive tendering process Bawden Managed Landscapes has won a place as part of select number of companies supplying Dorset County Council

Bawden Tree Surgeons Amesbury Charity Christmas Tree Chip

Bawden Tree Care supports Amesbury Stroke Club by chipping old Christmas trees.

Bawden Group on Facebook

Bawden Managed Landscapes, Wiltshire grounds maintenance contractors have started 2011 by launching a dedicated Facebook page - 'Bawden Group'.

Bawden Grounds Maintenance Wins Prestigious BALI Award

Bawden Group has won a major award at the 34th BALI National Landscape Awards 2010.

Successful Quality Review for Bawden Group

Bawden Group has successfully undergone a Quality Standards Review, carried out by the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI).

Bawden Pitch Care and Tree Surgery Group sponsor young sports star

Bawden Group are sponsoring an up and coming sports star at Bishop Wordsworth’s School, Salisbury, as part of the school’s Ambassador for Sport programme.

Tree Surgery team support Amesbury Rotary Club at Christmas

The Bawden Tree Surgery team assisted Amesbury Rotary Club over the Christmas period by erecting lights on the town's "Tree of Light".


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