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Can I Install Artificial Grass in The Winter?

Even though gardening and installing artificial grass is more enjoyable during the summer months, artificial grass can be installed all year round. You may be surprised to learn that the autumn and winter months actually help the installation process as the ground isn’t as firm and hard to dig up like during the summer months. […]

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Autumn Care Facts for Artificial Grass

One reason why many people decide to purchase artificial grass, is that it is an all-season and all weather great alternative that takes little care to keep in perfect condition. Summer is nearly over and autumn is coming up towards the end of the month – September 22nd. In order to keep artificial grass in […]

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Judy Murray Opens an Artificial Grass Tennis Club

Judy Murray is known for being the mum of two extremely talented boys – Andy and Jamie Murray. Not many mothers out there are able to say both their sons have won a tennis grand slam tournament and are recognised all over the world. This success her sons have managed to achieve, motivated Judy Murray to increase […]

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What is a Water Footprint?

Controlling your water footprint is one of the most important things you can do. More people are becoming aware of the dangers and consequences that can happen by using too much water and as a result, they are changing their ways. Read on if you want to make a change and help reduce your water […]

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Artificial Surfaces Are The Answer For Football Clubs

Ashington Football Club are an English football club who compete in the Northern League Division One. Every football player and football fan know how frustrating it is when a game gets called off, and rescheduled, which is why the Head Coach, Ian Skinner has spoken up about his frustration. Ashington have been trying to schedule […]

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Help Your Lawn Recover from Winter Damage

Blights of snow, bitterly cold wind and heavy frost like we’ve seen over the last few months can be really damaging to lawns. With temperatures plunging to -6 in some parts of the country, the UK’s gardens have been left to shiver under layers of sleet and snow, with little chance of recovery. If the […]

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Waiting for Winter

After a year of weird weather, recent reports have confirmed that 2014 has been the warmest on record. While it might seem like the possibility of snow is getting more and more unlikely every year, the UK’s unpredictable climate means that you really never know when the white stuff is going to fall. Bookies are […]

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Preparing your Garden for Winter

Garden’s give us all plenty of pleasure over the spring and summer seasons, however if they are looked after properly they can keep doing the same over the autumn and winter months. Just as you maintain your garden in spring and summer, it’s a good idea to prepare your garden properly for winter to keep […]

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Tips for Gardening in Autumn

Autumn ‘tis the season to put your garden to bed…but this doesn’t mean that there is now nothing to do until spring! Autumn is a busy time in the garden with lots of clearing and cleaning up to do. With this in mind, Nomow are helping you tackle the do’s and don’ts of autumn gardening, ensuring your […]

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National BBQ Week 2014

Did you know that BBQ & at-home eating & entertaining is now the UK’s number one summer home leisure activity, with two-in-three households now owning a BBQ grill? This week is the 18th National BBQ week, which is organised every year by the National BBQ Association. The week is a key part of summer celebrations, […]

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Global Warming – Floods, Storms & Droughts to Increase

According to a recent report, unseasonal rains, floods and droughts are just a few of the key risks that we can expect to see more of in the future. The comprehensive report, which is the first of its kind, was released by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and was put together by more than […]

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Declining Membership Main Concern for Golf Clubs

Declining memberships are one of the main causes of concern among golf clubs in the UK, according to a Sky Sports News survey. Over 250 British clubs took part in the poll, which revealed that a worrying 70% of clubs reported decreased subscriptions over the last five years. Only 1% of the clubs polled said […]

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Gardens at the Mercy of Nature: UK Floods and Storms

The Met Office has warned that the weather pattern that has caused so much flooding across parts of the UK may continue for the rest of February. The recent storms have resulted in around 1700 homes being flooded and led to a series of dramatic rescues. With such severe damage, the health of your garden […]

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