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EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS What’s in the shed?


Mowers: Ransomes 2130 Highway ride-on cylinder


Cub Cadet ride-on rotary mowers with trailer, collector and deflector attachments x 2


Lloyds Palladin pedestrian cylinder Atco Club pedestrian cylinder Lawnflite Pro pedestrian rotary Hayter Harrier pedestrian rotaries x 2 Toro pedestrian rotary Tractors: Kioti 30, plus bucket Kioti 35 Attachments: Sisis Rolaspike Sisis Roller Sisis Tri-Play frame Sisis Single-Play frame Sisis Slitter Sisis Brush


Sisis Spring Tines Sisis Grader Ransomes Trail Gangs Twose Roller Twose trailers - large and small Rollers: Auto Roller 4ft Bomag 2ft Blowers: Stihl BR600 x 2 Stihl BR500 Strimmers: Stihl FS460 Stihl FS45


Hedgecutters: Stihl HS82RC Stihl HS85 Chainsaws: Stihl MS340 Stihl MS25 Multitool:


Stihl KM90R strimmer, hedgecutter, polesaw, extension Stihl K111R Scarifiers: Sisis RotaRake Lawn scarifier Garden vacuum: Billy Goat MV Astro brush Linemarkers:


Supaturf TXE 606 Pros x 2 Allen Spreadmaster Cooper-Pegler sprayers x 2


Quick cricket action 102 PC April/May 2019


Ian Hindley cutting the soon-to-be cricket outfield


been unusually dry,” he said. “For me, twice weekly outfield cutting is the best of jobs. Apart from the satisfaction of producing a neat and lush playing area, it gives me time to think and plan without distraction.” “We’ll soon be spiking and slitting in two directions ready for overseeding, and these are ‘must do’ tasks ahead of summer term.” David uses a tow-behind seeder and will be overseeding with Barenbrug Multisport mix, a new choice this year to infill some of the bare outfield areas; elsewhere he plans to use a new variety with creeping ryegrass he was keen to try on other worn areas. He had also set about pre-season rolling of the main cricket square. It’s a sign that summer is just around the corner. David lists Avoncrop, Vitax and Supaturf as regular suppliers of materials. For sports equipment, like posts, nets and flags, he uses Kent firm Bob Woolmer Sales, which is an interesting past connection with the


school because the late Kent and England all-rounder and Pakistan coach once coached cricket here.


David says they are about to get involved in a project in association with Brogdale, the home of the National Fruit Collection at Faversham in Kent. The plan is to give over an area of the grounds to regionalised fruit trees as an educational aid to pupils, encouraging them to learn about nurturing and harvesting. The grounds team’s environmental remit already includes the upkeep of a wild meadow area where beehives produce the school’s own honey. A pond renovation project is also looming for them, so there’s never going to be a dull moment for David and his small team.


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