Ayegardening is an APL Awards 2017 finalist.

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We are proud to announce that Ayegardening has been shortlisted for the APL Awards 2017. 

The annual awards ceremony, sponsored by Bradstone, takes place on Friday 17 March 2017 at The Brewery, London, to celebrate and recognise the outstanding landscaping carried out by members of the APL. 

Ayegardening’s project The Sunken Patio is in the running for the Project Value under £20,000 category.  

Ayegardening were absolutely delighted to be involved with the installation of all of the Hard and Soft Landscaping on this project designed by Gill Brewis from Gill Brewis Garden Design. It was a complete renovation of a garden in Ashtead, Surrey. Owners Tom and Susan wanted two seating areas for morning and evening, a small water feature, and the warm, rustic colouring of Autumn Brown Sandstone with a small lawn.

The standard of entries to the APL Awards 2017 exceeded expectations and Ayegardening was picked from a record breaking number of submissions. 

For more information about Ayegardening’s project visit www.ayegardening.co.uk

To book and for more information about the awards visit www.aplawards.co.uk

Contacts 
Tel: 0118 930 3132

Email: events@the-hta.org.uk

The Association of Professional Landscapers (APL) represents landscapers who meet a required standard of professionalism. Members of the Association are registered with the government endorsed TrustMark Scheme www.trustmark.org.uk. They are regularly inspected and agree to follow a customer charter with clients. The APL is a specialist group of the Horticultural Trades Association (HTA), the trade association for the UK gardening industry, dedicated to helping develop the industry and its member businesses, including most garden centres and other garden retailers, growers, landscapers, manufacturers and service providers. 

www.landscaper.org.uk

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