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BALI Award for Greenwich Park

08/12/2017

Turfsoil are delighted to announce their recent BALI success, they have won an award for their outstanding Grounds Maintenance Services at Greenwich Park. The most historic of all Royal Parks, Greenwich Park covers some 73 Hectares (183 acres) and was the first Royal Park to be enclosed in 1433. Fro[Click for more]

The Surprisingly Sensitive, gentle giants in our Royal Parks

18/04/2017

Knowing when to carry out tree surgery works can be the difference between a healthy, vibrant garden and a plant graveyard! As a nation we tend to think about our gardens more in the spring and summer, as we naturally spend more time in them. We Brits see the sun appear in mid-Spring and we run o[Click for more]

The Royal Parks Guild - George Cooke Award

01/12/2016

Turfsoil would like to congratulate Adam Watts for winning the George Cooke Award 2016; The award is for the 3 years Adam has undertaken as an apprentice and his achievements during this time. Turfsoil Ltd currently have 8 apprentices on “The Royal Parks” -  not many apprentices [Click for more]

Help the Heroes Charity

21/10/2016

'On Saturday 8th October, Turfsoil’s Darren Stubbs (Contract Supervisor), Phil Damms, Darren Collett, Wesley Thomas and Darrin Bourne (Area Manager) along with Chatham Maritime Trust , Dean Marsh (Contract Manager), Grant Leathwhite (Estates Officer), David Taylor (St Mary’s Island R[Click for more]

Gavin Jones Ltd acquires Turfsoil

11/07/2016

Gavin Jones, (1) the award-winning landscape construction and grounds management company, today announced the purchase of the entire share capital of Sofnol Ltd, the parent company of Turfsoil Ltd(2), a long-established Kent-based grounds maintenance contractor. Will Clark, MD, Gav[Click for more]

George Cook Award

11/03/2011

CONGRATULATIONS go to Zoe Basham, Turfsoil’s apprentice in Greenwich Royal Park, on receiving the first George Cooke award, the top honour for final year apprentices. John Newton, Chairman, commented: “From the beginning, Zoe has been keen to learn and explore new aspects of gardening[Click for more]