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W G GRACE & SON LTD


Designers & Joiners of Traditional Greenhouses


For more details of our range of products contact


01647 252995 or visit website:


www.wggrace.co.uk Fast Rabbit Farm


Ash Cross, Dartmouth TQ6 0LR Tel: 07813 504490 Garden created in sheltered


valley with natural stream. Several ponds and lake, partially wooded,


rockery, extensively planted, extends 43 acres with new woodland


planting and walks created through woodland at head of valley.


Car Park. Some level walks. Teas. Nursery with wide range of plants.


Open daily 11am - 5pm + Bank Holiday Mondays Admission £3.50, Children 50p.


Parties welcome by appointment. Disabled: Please phone prior to visit. www.fastrabbitfarm.co.uk


Features in Google Maps, location Strawberry Valleys Haytor


Tree stumps removed with the minimum of ground disturbance.


Reduces the severity of honey fungus


For a competitive quote call Mark on


01364 661291 Mobile:


07889 040070


POUNSLEY PLANTS


200+ varieties of Roses Old Modern Rare


Clematis & Perennials Open Mon-Sat 10-4


Tel: 01752 402873 Mob: 07770 758501 Mrs Jane Hollow


Pounsley Combe, Spriddlestone, Brixton, Plymouth PL9 0DW


Email: pou599@aol.com www.pounsleyplants.com


Crediton GARDEN CENTRE


Barnstaple Cross, Crediton, Devon EX17 2ER Open 9am-5pm Mon-Sat 10am-4pm Sun


20% OFF FRUIT TREES & BUSHES Only with this advertisement until 30.04.13 subject to availability.


SPECIAL OFFER


01647 252995 or visit website:


www.wggrace.co.uk


Call us on 01363 773110 for more details or alternatively, email us on credgardencentre@btconnect.com Find us 1 mile north of Crediton on the A377


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For more details of our range of products contact


Stump Grinding


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