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Monthly Archives: March 2017

  • beginners

    Tips for beginners

    I have found a web page which contains some key tips for polytunnel beginners. I found that it contained lots of relevant information that the average beginner wouldn’t know so click the link for some polytunnel education.

  • A History of Farmers Markets

    What are Farmers Markets and why are they here

    "Did you know the first farmers in the world can be traced back to areas of Turkey!" Farmers markets... a place where farmers gather to sell their fresh products to the everyday public. The products found there are typically fruits vegetables and meats however in some occasions they sell freshly prepared foods and beverages. Farmers markets can be indoors or outdoors and usually consist of a gazebo a table and the farmers products. Continue reading

  • money saving idea

    Top tip

    When planting up your fresh spring hanging baskets why not use your old knitwear or newspapers for a no cost basket liner, this will save you plenty, and the money saved can go towards better quality compost and plants. Don’t throw away the remnants of last summer's baskets; either dig it into your garden or at the very least put it in your compost bin.

  • care details

    Care details for Marquee 

    We suggest you use hot, soapy water and a clean cloth, alternatively use a specialist cleaner..."Fenwick’s" which is stocked in most DIY chains and caravanning stores. Please ensure your material is completely dry before you store it away. If you pack your marquee covers away whilst still damp, the material may perish and fall apart as mould will attack the fibres.

  • oregano

    Oregano growing

    Oregano can be grown from seed but is usually cultivated from pot grown plants available at Nurseries. Continue reading

  • did you know?


    Celery is known for being extremely low in calories so much so that you burn the calories off just by eating it. The energy required to chew, swallow, digest and eliminate celery, called the thermic effect, is about 15 percent of its caloric value. So, if you eat 2 stalks that contain a total of 12 calories, you would burn close to two of those 12 calories processing the celery.

  • marquee

    why buy a marquee?

    Marquees are great whether it be for hosting a garden party or commercial events like weddings and fairs, whatever the occasion our specialist tents wont let you down.

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  • radish

    Radish in a Polytunnel

    Do you have radishes ready for harvest? Well here is a quick recipe for radish and potato salad which goes great in a picnic. Raddises are extremly good for your body Because of their high vitamin C content and natural cleansing effects, regular consumption of radishes can help prevent viral infections not only this but also As a member of the cruciferous vegetable family (same family as broccoli and cabbage) radishes contain phytonutrients, fiber, vitamins and minerals that are cancer protecting.

  • London Markets

    We take a look at London Markets with our Instant Shelters...

    As a supplier of Instant Shelters one of our main groups of customers are market operators of which the are literally thousands across the UK. Over the years we have supplied many of these with our Extreme range of Instant Shelters. The market capital of England is London region... home to some of the most well known markets... actually around the world.

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  • 101 different uses

    Instant shelters

    Our instant shelters are great for markets and hosting events...motorsport, exhibition etc.They  have been used by the public for years. They are top of the range and can be assembled in minutes. Brand / Logo / Message awareness can be incorporated onto the fabric of our exhibition shelters. Our shelters have been supplied to two major F1 teams and are used all over the globe.

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