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Plymouth Garden Machinery is a family run business dedicated to the sale, service and repair of garden machinery in Plymouth, the South Hams, West Devon and East Cornwall. Established 25 years ago by Peter Sherrell who operated


from premises at Staddiscombe and built up a loyal customer base in the years leading up to his retirement, the business was purchased in 2012 by Steve Aldridge and his son Tristan under the name ‘Plymstock Garden Machinery’. Having introduced machinery sales and outgrown the Leyford Parks premises, the business moved last May to new and easy to find premises in Valley Road, Plympton. Steve says, ‘The decision to become


‘Plymouth Garden Machinery’ to coincide with the move to Plympton was a logical one but our core values remain unchanged. We exist to make gardening easier and more pleasurable for our customers Servicing and Repairs A properly set up, regularly maintained machine will give the best results, save time and energy and will have a longer life. Tristan says ‘We offer a full range of servicing and repairs from simple blade sharpening , cut cables and broken switches to major equipment overhauls. No job is too small. We are local service agents for most popular brands and always endeavour to turn machines around quickly. Garden machinery can be heavy and awkward to lift and we offer a free local collection and delivery service so don’t take the risk of hurting your back or pulling a muscle – just give us a call!’ Machinery Sales Steve says ‘We sell a comprehensive range of high quality garden machinery suitable for gardens of all sizes, including country estates and to meet the needs of


“We exist to make gardening easier and more pleasurable for our customers”


professional contractors. Right now we have around 40 different mowers in the showroom for example. We offer free advice as to the best machinery to choose to suit your garden and your budget and do our best to supply equipment which will be easy to use and simple to maintain. We are the local main dealer for Mountfield and Stiga machinery and West Country dealer for Maruyama equipment. We are an Elite dealer for Webb garden products, are the local dealer for Aspen fuels and we are excited to announce that we are now working with Husqvarna Forest and Garden Products as their main dealer and service agent in Plymouth and the South Hams which will enable us to offer an even wider choice.’ Tristan says ‘Have a look at our website.


For smaller gardens, you can choose from a selection of 9 different corded electric lawnmowers starting from under £70, strimmers under £40 and hedge trimmers for less than £50. For gardeners who sometimes struggle with the starter cord, we have a selection of electric start petrol mowers from under £370. Increasingly, many gardeners are turning to


the convenience of cordless, battery powered equipment. Our cordless range offers the choice of 24 volt, 40 volt, 48 volt and 80 volt systems and includes a 40 volt lawnmower complete with battery and charger for only £249.99! Our petrol driven range includes steel deck petrol


mowers from under £160. If you can’t find what you are looking for or you seek a specific machine outside our range we are normally able to obtain it for you, so please do ask. Finally, for gardeners who love to travel our payment options include American Express – that’ll do nicely!’


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