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Hedgehog stops clutter

Spring’s here! And it’s time to give house and garden a bit of an overhaul after the winter.

If your annual home and garden MOT usually involves the arduous and dangerous task of clearing gutters and drains, Hedge- hog Gutter Brush will make this task a thing of the past! Is your home is sur- rounded by trees? Do you are a neighbour have trees? You’ll be aware of the prob- lems blockages in gutters, drains and downpipes can cause.

Hedgehog Gutter Brush is a cost-effective, innova- tive device that eliminates the need to clean gutters. Hedgehog prevents leaves, twigs and debris en- tering gutters, while allow- ing rainfall to flow freely. No more blocked rain systems and overflowing gutters or expensive fees for unblock- ing drains! Hedgehog is made in hard wearing UV resistant polypropylene brush fila- ments spun around a steel wire spine. It’s virtually in- destructible, requires no maintenance and will keep gutters clear year on year. It automatically adapts to the shape of almost any gutter type, fits round cor- ners and down pipe outlets and can be simply, quickly fitted in minutes. It can be used to stop clogged garden and path- way drains, eliminating problems with water over- flowing and creating haz-

ardous surfaces. It creates a barrier below the surface of the drain cover which prevents debris from enter- ing and causing blockages. Hedgehog Gutter Brush costs £14.99 for a standard 4mtr x 100mm brush and

is available in black, brown or white. It has a 10 year guarantee and is available locally from good Builders Merchants and DIY outlets. Learn more at www. or call 01227 712833.

New collection

Homes and Dreams are delighted to introduce ‘The Gar- den & Great Outdoors Collection’ designed by Sophie Conran to their gardening range.

Made by Burgon & Ball, the UK’s longest standing gar- den tool manufacturer, this range of stylish garden tools have been specifi cally designed with the female hand in mind.

The collection consists of a garden trowel, hand fork, weeder and dibber, all are supplied in their own presenta- tion box making them an ideal gift for the female gardener and they retail at £14.95

All items are available now from www.homesand- - for more information about any of these products please call 01977 613256 or email info@home-


Tree surgery is not just about chopping bits off a tree and hoping for the best. Tree sur- gery and allied works must be undertaken by a properly trained and qualifi ed tree surgeon who is covered by the appropriate insurances and who has the right tools for the jobs in hand.

If there are trees with hazardous branches that require pruning or removal, stumps to be removed,

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