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STONE THE CROWS - Landscaping & stone walling S


tone The Crows is a local landscaping company based in the South Hams that specialises in stone walling; decorative garden walls as well as field and boundary walls. Our experience ranges through a variety of stone and on every scale, from pretty, stone borders to mortared stone walls nine feet high, to load bearing drystone work, to sympathetically repairing old stone walls and buildings. We have completed several local landscaping projects both large and small incorporating features such as wildflower meadows, greenhouses, decking and our own bespoke timber framed garden buildings into each project. For example, a previous project included digging and walling a level area in a steeply sloping garden to accommodate a greenhouse, a job we completed without the aid of machinery due to poor garden access. We can also help with garden design and have


“We have taken the most


overgrown gardens transforming them into beautiful and vibrant spaces to suit a client’s needs.”


spaces to suit a client’s needs. Check out our website at www.


stonethecrows.net or see our most recent


experience in laying patios and building complex decked areas. We have taken the most overgrown gardens transforming them into beautiful and vibrant


projects at: www.facebook.com/stonethecrowswalling Whatever your landscaping or walling needs give us a call on 07475 009238 or email info@stonethecrows. net for a free, no obligation, quote and let us show you how we can help make the best of your outside space.


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