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Legends Car Racing | allgrowth sponsors Bridgeman Motorsport

allgrowth Legends Car Sponsor Bridgeman Motorsport

A blossoming relationship | Legend Car sponsor 2022

What could circuit car racing and tree growing possibly have in common? Well, it’s a blossoming relationship between up-and-coming Legends racing outfit Bridgeman Motorsport and leading semi-mature tree grower and nursery supplier allgrowth.

Legends Cars are bodyshell replicas of American cars from the 1930s and 1940s – Ford Coupes and Sedans.  With cars capable of reaching speeds beyond 120mph and the sport renowned for its high dramas and race spectacles often three or four cars wide, it is already a popular racing phenomenon across the globe. Within the UK, the British Automobile Racing Club (BARC) National Legends Car Racing calendar has been running for 28 years and is in full swing with Round 5 now completed this weekend (7/8 May 2022) at the Pembrey circuit in Wales.

Car #68 Nick Bridgeman and allgrowth

A keen car and racing enthusiast, allgrowth’s Peter Middlicott has followed the Legends Car National Championship with interest for over 10 years. This year there is an extra element of anticipation as the company are team sponsors of Bridgeman Motorsport, their driver Nick Bridgeman and his #68 car.

3rd Place at Pembrey

Bridgeman finds his racing line in an electric blue 34 Ford Coupe, charged by a 130bhp Yamaha 1250cc motorcycle engine. He was spotlighted as one of the best up-and-coming drivers in 2021 has been showing great promise this season so far. On his latest outing, he came back in the final after taking a knock in one of the heats which had left him unplaced.  The Round 5 final saw Nick come back after the heat upset, racing some hard-fought circuits and finally placing third in his single seater coupe. He completed the 5-lap circuit final at Pembrey after its restart in 5:43.337.  The recent run of good form comes off the back of a greyer spell and is a welcome return to success for the Bridgeman Motorsport team.

Televised on Freesports TV (Ch65 Freeview or Ch433 Sky), videos on headline sponsor Parc Lane Cars website and with growing popularity in packed spectator arenas at the biggest motor racing venues across the UK, you can follow the progress on Bridgeman Motorsports social media platforms on Facebook, @bridgemanmotorsport on Instagram and Twitter, as well as on their Youtube channel.

Building strong professional business relationships

Keen to build on his 2021 promise and pushing forward in the overall leader tables for the season, Nick is pleased to have allgrowth and Peter on board as sponsors. The associates have had a successful business association over the past few years which has developed into an equally strong friendship and one to build on both professionally and competitively.  The allgrowth team have supplied a number of large trees, hedging and shrubs for Bridgeman Construction landscape projects across their residential developments in the South East of England and continue to work with the development team to advise, supply and plant their Bedfordshire-grown trees and that plant material sourced from a broad network of UK and Europe-wide nurseries.

Next race meet

The BARC UK Legends Championship calendar continues as follows:

  • June 11/12 – Brands Hatch
  • June 18/19 – Anglesey
  • August 20/21 – Donington Park
  • September 17/18 – Snetterton 300
  • November 5/6 – Brands Hatch

allgrowth legends car

Trees, Shrubs, Topiary and Hedging for your landscape, garden or estate

If you have a landscaping project or are looking for the best plants and trees, from UK-grown stock or sourced from UK and Europe’s most reputable nurseries, contact us today.

Call Peter on 07525 652042 or
email us at enquiries@allgrowthltd.com

Trees for private garden in Essex

Italian Cypress Private Garden

PROJECT NEWS: Developing a private garden in Essex

The second of four projects supplied by allgrowth, Peter and the team visited a private residence in Nazeing, Essex.  The customer was a building services company owner who had already seen Peter’s expertise at first-hand on a previous tree and landscaping project at Broxlea Meadows and a riverside screening project.

Honest advice from the start

Looking to create a stunning tree-lined view from his home across the rear of the property, the customer was looking at tree ferns. Whilst giving the visual impact he may have been looking for, Peter offered some alternative options – ones that would be more suitable, both from a climate and ongoing maintenance perspective.

The customer respected the honesty and instead of the ferns, allgrowth sourced, supplied, delivered and planted an impressive double avenue of Italian cypress.

Simple and effective landscapes

To accompany and complement the 12 statuesque Italian specimens, Cupressus sempervirens (300-350cm container grown), Peter advised on underplanting.  Selecting and supplying 150 Photinia x fraserii Little Red Robin in 5 litre pots, these compact evergreens will display glorious green and red foliage throughout the seasons as well as delicate flowers in the Spring.

How the garden took shape:

Making a difference to the customer

“We took a small project to Peter for advice at my home with a few basic ideas of what we wanted to achieve. Peter took the base idea and was not afraid to offer his honest professional opinion and alternative suggestions.  We took this on board and changed the planting ideas to Peter’s recommendations – and all was delivered and planted and looks fabulous”

Peter Middlicott plant expert from allgrowth

We talk the right language

If you have a landscaping project or are looking for the best tree screening options, contact us today.

Call Peter on 07525 652042 or
email us at enquiries@allgrowthltd.com

Trees for screening pylons: Designed | Delivered | Planted

Abies concolor

PROJECT NEWS: Screening pylons with large trees on Essex high end development

One of four projects supplied by allgrowth, Peter and the team worked closely with the property developer to screen some unsightly pylons.  Overlooking the small development of prestigious housing at Broxlea Meadows in Nazeing, Essex, the size of the overshadowing pylons commanded some very large trees – over 40 feet tall.

Visit to site and recommendations

The first port of call for allgrowth is a site visit. Many factors can influence tree choice, not just the end game, but the soil conditions, the proximity to buildings and underground services, ultimate growth and spread, foliage cover and leaf drop, for example.  Discussing a variety of options with the customer, Peter recommended the conifers, birch and maples.  The trees, selected from allgrowth’s own nursery in Bedfordshire, were delivered by artic and planted by the allgrowth team.

Support and further planting

The support does not ever stop there. Invariably, there is other planting potential on a site of this stature and location and, following the delivery of the trees and their healthy establishment, the customer returned to allgrowth for some instant hedging.  Peter designed the best aspect, position and extent of the hedging, and the varieties before arranging delivery and planting these up too.

Tree Choice and Planting Palette

A combination of the architectural shape of the Golden Birch (Betula ermanii), the evergreen backdrop of the conifers and the variegated foliage interest of the maples created a multi-functional tree screen, shielding the houses from the views of the pylons and creating a natural outlook all year round.

Trees supplied

  • Abies concolor – White Fir (800-900 cm container grown)
  • Acer platanoides ‘Drummondii’  – variegated Norway Maple (20-25cm girth container grown)
  • Betula ermanii  – Golden Birch (700-800cm container grown)
  • Pinus nigra ‘Austriaca’ – Austrian Pine (80-90cm girth container grown)

Instant hedging

  • Carpinus betulus – Hornbeam (200cm container grown hedging 80cm x 80cm)
  • Taxus baccata – Yew (175-200cm wire rootball)

One more happy customer

“It’s simple. If you want a planting project done properly, you choose the right people to do it.  And that’s allgrowth – the right people, advising on the right trees, delivering professionally.  Not only that, they are there for ongoing support so that the trees and plants supplied establish well and meet the original brief.  Peter has a wealth of horticultural knowledge and the allgrowth team have a breadth of stock availability on their nursery as well as within their networks – and we have a fantastic end result because of it.”

Peter Middlicott plant expert from allgrowth

Talk to the right people

If you have a landscaping project or are looking for the best tree screening options, contact us today.

Call Peter on 07525 652042 or
email us at enquiries@allgrowthltd.com

Riverside screening and large decorative tree planting, Hertfordshire

Broxbourne Riverside Pleached Trees Screening

PROJECT NEWS: Screening, first impression and visual impact with large trees

Earlier this year (May 2020), Peter visited this private homeowner at their riverside property in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire.  With views across the River Lea, the property’s rear garden enjoyed an open aspect – but a little too “open” for the owner’s preference.

Natural screening from pleached trees

Discussing a variety of options with the homeowner, Peter looked at the best solution for a natural partial screening that shielded incoming views from river traffic and the canal path without impeding an external view of the river.  Pleached trees offer clear stem height and a space-saving slimline panel of foliage, and the European Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus) lent itself perfectly to the surrounding landscape.  This striking alternative to beech, with more distinctly veined and serrated leaves creates an instant partial screening with its 1.2m x 3.0m panel of foliage.  Supplied in containers, the resulting screen met the brief entirely and will provide a semi-evergreen cover through the seasons, turning to an attractive copper in the Autumn and adding a flourish of green catkins in late spring.

Established trees for instant foliage impact

Next issue to resolve? A low level hedge.  Creating a straightforward instant box hedge with established Buxus Sempervirens in 7.5 litre pots, Peter then returned to the garden to evaluate the best option for the front of the property.  The new development lacked height and structure, issues easily overcome with sourcing and supplying large established trees.  The choice of birch was an easy one; with silvery trunks and feathery foliage, the heavy standard trees, supplied direct from the allgrowth Bedfordshire nursery, were lifted, delivered, and – with the ground prepared – the 5 metre high trees were planted along the frontage and driveway.  The birches give the instant height of an established tree with a softening effect on the surrounding landscape.

5 metre 20-25cm girth Betula utilis jacquemontii; established trees in an instant:

Beautiful specimens and bonsai talking points

To accompany the new rear and front landscaping additions, the third phase of this home’s planted journey took its path towards topiary and bonsai.  Four cloud clipped Ilex crenata Japanese Hollies accompany two wow-factor statement trees: A multi-trunk Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria j. Globosa Nana) and a Japanese maple (Acer palmatum Inaba-Shidare).  These container-grown specimens form umbrellas amongst the cloud formations in the beds around the development.

Ilex cloud trees and Japanese Cedar Bonsai

Ilex cloud trees and Japanese Cedar Bonsai

Screen, structure and visual beauty:

The end result

From the modest screening to the rear to the Japanese themed beauty of the peripheral planting, this private landscape has taken on a whole new identity of its own.  The owner is delighted with the transformation, and praised Peter, not only on his support and interpretation of their needs and wishes, but on its translation into a beautiful landscape:

“What Peter has done at my new house is magnificent.  It really is the icing on the cake for us.  The decorative feel of the front garden and approach and the more functional screening at the rear has helped no end and we look forward to discussing our additional planting plans to create a lower level shrub and ground cover layer amongst the treelines.”

Peter Middlicott plant expert from allgrowth

Listen to Peter

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again – it’s worth listening to Peter.   If you’re ready to bend his ear, and are looking to discuss the trees and shrubs you need for your next landscaping project, contact us today.

Call Peter on 07525 652042 or
email us at enquiries@allgrowthltd.com

Developing an orchard, copse and naturally vibrant private landscape

Private Garden tree planting

PROJECT NEWS: Private Estate Planting in Bedfordshire

Most tree growers and nurseries will happily take your order, select your stock, deliver and go.  The minimum handling and hassle their end and they will be on to the next delivery.  Well, let’s just say – that’s not allgrowth’s take on how to best serve your planting plans.  This latest planting project at a client’s new home in the heart of the Bedfordshire countryside is testimony to that.

Setting the scene

A private homeowner recently moved into their new home in Bedfordshire.  The beautiful homescape is set in just under four acres of land with surrounding areas formerly used as paddocks and dressage arenas.  These open spaces had been left untended for some time and the owner was looking to re-purpose these for family, entertaining and outdoor living.  With a healthy expanse of land at their disposal, the homeowner also wanted to create natural wildlife corridors and habitats with meadows, hedging, a copse and an orchard.  This informal nature-friendly space would separate the more formal planting around the gardens and screen off the more functional, operational areas used for compost, refuse and mulching.

One of the key elements within the landscape was the planting of mature birches to extend the existing wooded vista. Both trees were approaching 13 metres in height and their safe delivery and establishment was integral to the completion of this first phase.

13 metre high birch trees: Delivered, planted and standing proud as if they had always been here:

Planted 13 metre mature birch trees

An altogether alternative approach from allgrowth

With services very much sought after locally and across the South East, allgrowth’s figurehead and plant specialist Peter Middlicott was contacted by the homeowner in light of the multi-faceted nature of his landscape plans.  The allgrowth team have a vast array of large trees, topiary and specimen statement shrubs available on their own nursery in Bedfordshire and have a long-standing reputable network of partner nurseries they work with to source the more unusual or hard-to-come by varieties.

From nursery to landscape

The complicated part of sourcing the right trees and plants is where allgrowth excel; the simple part is making the call and talking through what you’re looking to achieve in your garden or landscape.  The rest is painless straight-talking and straightforward proposals and options.

“You know where you stand from the offset”

The client shares his thoughts on how his allgrowth journey developed. He continues:

“Peter was clearly considering what was best for me and my garden and not what he could “sell” me – that’s really refreshing these days. He’s honest and knows his business and this clearly comes across in every conversation we’ve had, from our initial nursery visit to view stock to his visits to our home for his professional assessment of what would work best for us.”

In essence, it’s worth listening to Peter.

The right trees and plants for you

Though it might not be rocket science, it’s definitely not child’s play.  Choosing the right plants for purpose, location, soil type, end goal and maintenance options might mean a lengthier deliberation than just “tag and go”.  The time spent at the business end of the process pays dividends in the endgame.  Clients are encouraged to ask questions and expect honest answers – if a tree just won’t fit the bill, it won’t make the cut on your planting palette.

Overcoming hurdles

Access to the site, as is often the case, was not the simplest.  A single-track lane with a 90-degree turn through a gate at the end doesn’t necessary lend itself to the safe delivery of trees over 13 metres in height.  The site threw in inconveniently placed overhead cabling too – but allgrowth rose to the challenge.

Delivering large birch trees

The key here is the foresight and planning afforded by reconnaissance visits from Peter.  The trees themselves also needed to be prepped on the nursery to allow for the best delivery methods.  Planting holes and irrigation was prepared on the planting site well in advance to ensure the minimum delay between lifting and planting.  These are all regular manoeuvres in the allgrowth armoury.

The end result

One orchard with a new lease of life, planted with cherry, pear and apples for future bumper harvests. One new copse of birches and maples as a wildlife haven and natural margin. Smaller trees to replace the tired and overgrown ivy fencing and to give visual continuity.

One stunning Magnolia Galaxy statement tree near to the house. Oaks working in unison with the native hedging.  And some stunning trees for visual impact and statements, including the birch trees, planted with irrigation for healthy establishment and longevity.

One new instantly-dense native hedge line for healthy all-year-round foliage, meandering across the garden in an “S” shape.  This was a design option suggested by Peter to create a natural screen in a sweeping flourish, with oaks integrated in the line for added height and interest.  This planting formation allows for easy vehicle access, easy maintenance and is the perfect natural distraction from the operational side of the estate beyond.

And one very happy customer.

The S shaped native hedge screen

What’s next?

The outlying landscape is not quite complete (as landscapes rarely are!). The client has more ideas and plans afoot and Peter’s already on the case.  Watch this space – there’s much more to come.

Find out more

Ready to discuss the trees and shrubs you need for your next landscaping project? Contact us today.

 

Are you comparing apples with pears?

Apples and Pears

Sourcing your own trees and shrubs – is it a level playing field?

It’s a regular scenario for us at allgrowth.  We offer support and advice from the get-go when clients come to us to source their trees and shrubs for their gardens and landscapes.  You want the right plant for the right aspect, purpose and location – but at the right price.  So we’ll guide you as to what we have growing on the nursery that would suit, ask the right questions about what you’re looking for, where the plants will be planted, your budget, your timescales and your endgame.  And if we don’t have it on the nursery, we’ll know where we can source it from our comprehensive professional network of nurseries and growers, UK and Europe-wide.

So off you’ll go, after our initial consultation.  We all do it.  “Let’s see if I can find this on the internet” – particularly at the moment when many of us are blessed with extra time on our hands.   An online search – so much to choose from, we know – but you’re also being SOLD TO and this might take you in a different direction from your original specification.  You search.  You find.  You enquire. And you get responses.  And, guess what? BINGO.  This nursery has just what allgrowth offered you – AND it’s a lot cheaper for what they say is the same plant…

Beech or birch? It makes a difference, right?

Comparing like-for-like

But is it really what you’ve asked for? You’ll come back on to allgrowth (because you’re loyal, thank you!), tell us you’ve found it cheaper and give us the option to match the price.  And you know what? Chances are, we won’t budge.  Not because we’re stubborn (ok, maybe a little), but because our knowledge of the availability and suitability of stock across the spectrum is second to none.  Chances are, you’re not getting the full story from your newly-found alternative supplier.  Could be a smaller specimen, could be a speculative price, could be a lesser quality tree, could be other factors in the mix that haven’t yet surfaced.  It could be an entirely different specification…

Just like a recent landscaper enquiry we received… went something like this.


LANDSCAPER LARRY: Peter, we’re after a couple of Photinia Red Robin – big specimens.

allgrowth: Right, let’s have a look.  Aha.  We’ve got just that on the nursery right now – I can do these for £X each. What say you?

LANDSCAPER LARRY: Hmmm.  Thanks Peter.  Leave it with me.

allgrowth: Sure – you know where we are if this doesn’t come off, OK?

[TIME PASSES. INTERNET SEARCH COMPLETE. NEW CALL TO allgrowth]

LANDSCAPER LARRY: Peter.  Let me level with you.  I’ve had a little look around and I reckon I can get these for 60% of the price you’ve offered.  Can you match that?

allgrowth: …. afraid not.  We’ll have to pass this time.  Speak soon, right?

[TIME PASSES.  LANDSCAPER CALLS allgrowth.  HE HAS SOME NEWS]

LANDSCAPER LARRY: Peter.  I’m in a bit of a pickle.  Yes, the photinias were available – but they don’t have them on site.  It’s going to be 10 days before they can deliver and I need to complete this garden this week!

allgrowth:  Oh I see [knowing smile].  We can help – ours are still available. Can get them to you by this Thursday, if that’s any good?

LANDSCAPER LARRY: Phew.  Much appreciated, as ever, Peter! Thank you.


A little tongue-in-cheek, granted.  But this scenario happens on a regular basis.  It simply wasn’t a level playing field.  This time it was unforeseen delivery circumstances, another time it will be additional charges for delivery, a different pot size, a different height, girth or form – or the “alternative” just isn’t available.

Chalk and Cheese

Is it really like-for-like, or are you comparing chalk with cheese?

Don’t be a Landscaper Larry.  Ask yourself:

  1. Have I checked the specification of what I’m being offered against what I’m asking for?
  2. Am I comparing like-for-like?
  3. Is it deliverable in the time frame I need?
  4. Are there hidden costs or surprises I’ve not considered?
  5. Is this alternative really available, or will I get fobbed off with something that doesn’t fit my brief?

Peter Middlicott

“Right from the initial enquiry, we want to get this right.  That means the right plants, at the right price, for the right purpose, delivered at the right time.  The support and guidance you get from us at the early stages pays dividends in the long run.  Of course you’re welcome to do your own research – but please be sure that you’re comparing “apples with apples” – it’ll only come back to bite you later. “Peter Middlicott, allgrowth

Find out more

Ready to discuss the trees and shrubs you need for your next landscaping project? Contact us today.

 

Overlooked being overlooked? Choose trees for screening

Trees for screening

Using trees to mask and separate

When considering property development on outlying land, one element that often not given enough consideration is the impact adjacent building works will have on the existing views from your own property.  Of course, you may have considered the loss of distant views, but when the works are complete, the impact of overlooking buildings is, well…overlooked.

Selecting the best trees for purpose

All is not lost, however.  An immediate solution is to plant large trees.  Not only will their foliage and form ultimately screen and mask but you will gain a natural backdrop that will absorb sound and act as a natural windbreak – as well as looking pleasing from all aspects.  Choose varieties with foliage and crown shape that suits height and aspect, or select pleached trees for maximum visual impact, coverage and the most effective use of aerial space above a wall or existing fenceline.

Tree screening options

All options are covered at allgrowth, and we’ll not only help to select and source the right trees to suit, we’ll supply, deliver and manage the project until the trees are planted and taking on their screening duties.Peter Middlicott

“We’ll visit your site to assess the issue, soil conditions and end goals then discuss options.  Pleached or otherwise, allgrowth have stocks of large trees on their Bedfordshire nursery, ready to lift, swift and direct from the UK – maximum screening impact, minimum carbon footprint. Nothing overlooked here!” – Peter Middlicott, allgrowth

Find out more

Learn more about Trees for Screening in our Pleached Trees Guide. Read more >>>   Ready to discuss your tree screening options? Contact us today.

 

allgrowth: Three Free Trees Partner with South Cambridgeshire District Council

South Cambs District Council Three Free Trees Voucher

South Cambridgeshire District Council logoallgrowth are collaborating with the South Cambridgeshire District Council in their new campaign to encourage the planting of trees across the region. The Three Free Trees Campaign offers every parish in the district a £60 voucher to cover the cost of purchasing three trees for subsequent planting on parish land.  With five regional garden centres also participating, allgrowth offers the option for those with vouchers to put this towards a larger tree.  This opens up potential for a bigger community tree statement; to dedicate the tree to a local community member or to choose a more impressive specimen for instant impact, right from the offset.

Promoting tree planting

Peter Middlicott

Peter Middlicott, allgrowth’s Managing Director, liaised with Councillor Bridget Smith who is promoting the campaign to 103 parish councils in the District. He said of the company’s involvement:

“Of course, we’re wholeheartedly behind any campaign that promotes tree planting in the region and the more that the community gets involved, the wider the impact and the better the understanding of the role that tree planting projects have in improving our natural environment.”

Contacting allgrowth and presenting their voucher towards the purchase of trees from the Cambridgeshire-based 40-acre nursery, parish representatives can choose from an impressive array of large trees and conifers grown right here in the region. The nursery also grows and supplies topiary, specimen shrubs and hedging material for commercial, residential and private planting and landscaping schemes across the UK.

Doubling nature

The Council, allgrowth and the tree partners are supporting the transition to zero carbon by 2050 and the “doubling” of nature in the region.  Assisted by the publicity from the campaign, the Council hope to identify opportunities for tree-planting and habitat creation.

Bridget Smith Three Free Trees South Cambs

Cllr Bridget Smith and the first of the Three Free Trees planting (Image courtesy of Cambridge Independent)

Cllr Smith stated at the first tree planting of the campaign in Fulbourn earlier this month:

“We hope that every village takes up our offer as it will mean hundreds of new trees are planted across South Cambridgeshire.  I am hopeful that this modest project will be a trigger for much more extensive tree planting by parish councils, businesses, farmers and residents throughout our district, which has far fewer trees than most of the rest of the country. It would be great if people were inspired to make a new year’s resolution to plant more. I certainly intend to.”

Claim your Three Free Trees

There are full details of who can apply, how to apply at https://www.scambs.gov.uk/three-free-trees and further tree planting guidance at https://www.scambs.gov.uk/climate-and-environment/action-on-climate-change/guidance-for-three-free-trees/

New year, new office | allgrowth on the move

St Marys House new office allgrowthThe team at allgrowth have recently moved to a new larger premises in Sandy.  Just around the corner from the previous base, the new offices at St Marys House are set in 8.5 acres of glorious Bedfordshire countryside.  Operating the sales and administrative side of the business from this beautiful setting is just one of a number of expansions enjoyed by Peter and the team over the last 18 months.  The 40 hectare nursery, home to over 1000 semi-mature trees, topiary, shrubs and hedging options, production, operations and logistics, remains within easy access of the new Head Office.

Growth and expansion

The office move rides on the back of two years’ exciting growth and expansion in the business and further solidifies the company’s reputation for technical and planting support, sourcing and supply services, provided by the allgrowth team to their private estate, commercial and residential landscaping clientele across the UK.

New allgrowth Office Address

Peter Middlicott and the allgrowth team can be reached at:


St. Marys House
Everton Road, The Heath
Sandy, Bedfordshire SG19 2YQ
Tel: 01767 650236
Email: peter@allgrowthltd.com

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Trees for private garden in Essex

PROJECT NEWS: Developing a private garden in Essex The second of four projects supplied by allgrowth, Peter and the team visited a private residence in Nazeing, Essex.  The customer was a building services company owner who had already seen Peter’s expertise at...

Are you comparing apples with pears?

Sourcing your own trees and shrubs - is it a level playing field? It's a regular scenario for us at allgrowth.  We offer support and advice from the get-go when clients come to us to source their trees and shrubs for their gardens and landscapes.  You want the right...

New year, new office | allgrowth on the move

The team at allgrowth have recently moved to a new larger premises in Sandy.  Just around the corner from the previous base, the new offices at St Marys House are set in 8.5 acres of glorious Bedfordshire countryside.  Operating the sales and administrative side of...

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