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GARDENING 089 New farming show for Kent


There will be a new farming show this year, taking place at the East Malling Estate. AgriSouth is a free one-day event, open to all, to be held on 5th June and will focus on technical farming developments, innovation and research as well as


machinery and equipment, professional services and


supplies, along with demonstrations. The site is also home to the longer-term Farming Without Glyphosate


trial, which uses clover and lucerne to suppress weeds, rather than chemicals. The 200-acre site,


near Maidstone, is owned and managed by the East Malling Trust and it provides facilities for 62 different businesses


including


horticultural research groups.


• East Malling Estate, New Road, East Malling ME19 6BJ. Visit https://z- upload.facebook.com/ events/1876050575813859/


ROUND WOOD OF MAYFIELD NEW VENTURE FOR


Royal recognition for Chilstone


Chilstone, makers of handcrafted architectural stone and garden ornaments in Tunbridge Wells, are featured in a new book celebrating Prince Charles’ 70th birthday. The commemorative book, Our


Future King: Prince Charles at 70, a collaboration between the SJH Group and renowned royal correspondent Robert Jobson, was launched at a prestigious event held recently at The Ritz in London. Celebrating a lifetime of achievement and heralding his current


and future roles and responsibilities, the book charts the Prince’s seven decades – from his early years through to his present status as one the most signifi cant fi gures on the world stage. Chilstone are featured in the book in recognition of their


work repairing heritage stone. They have worked with many clients on restoration projects during the past 65 years in business, which have included replacing the damaged fi nials that adorn the roof of the Temperate House at Kew Gardens, to creating replica planters for Kensington Palace as part of a major refurbishment, which were featured in the offi cial photoshoot for the engagement of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle. • Visit chilstone.com or call 01892 740866.


Round Wood of Mayfi eld has launched a new division offering a range of cutting- edge, eco-friendly Thermo treated products. Operating from their Kent and Sussex workshops, the specialists in manufacturing and supplying premium timber products, is now UK distributor of the Thermory® Collection, a range of thermo-treated products including fl ooring, decking and cladding. View the full collection


at thermotreated.co.uk Round Wood of


Mayfi eld comprises three strands: quality oak and decking products; oak framed buildings; and home and garden features – all of which operate


from one facility and share a common belief in the traditional crafting of premium materials. With a drive and passion for innovation, the company discovered a few years ago the outstanding properties and smart installation solutions of Thermory and approached its Northern European manufacturers Brenstol as ideal partners for distributing their products across the UK. With 20 years of experience, Brenstol is one of the leading thermo- treated wood producers in Europe, offering a wide range of interior and exterior products. • Call Round Wood on 01435 860260 or email sales@roundwood.com


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