Monthly Archives: February 2016

  1. An interview with Stanmer Community Gardening Group

    An interview with Stanmer Community Gardening Group

    Following on from our showcase last year on community gardening projects across the UK, we have conducted an interview with Jeanne from Stanmer Community Gardening Group on the current projects t

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  2. How to apply for planning permission

    How to apply for planning permission

    Garden sheds, log cabins and greenhouses are great additions to nearly every garden – but the rules about what you can build can be complicated.

    Most ‘outbuildings’, as they are referred to, are considered to be ‘permitted development’ and so do

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  3. Mother’s Day Giveaway

    Mother’s Day Giveaway

    Mother's Day is just around the corner and we're giving you the chance to win the perfect gift for any garden loving Mum!

    We’re hosting the giveaway on our Buy Sheds Direct Facebook pag

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  4. A look at community garden projects in the UK

    A look at community garden projects in the UK

    Here on the Green Fingers blog we’ve been keen to draw attention to the brilliant work that gardening groups have been doing around Britain to help their communities. It’s fantastic to see the dedication of gardeners and volunteers who try to bring the

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  5. Top 5 garden buildings

    With so many garden buildings to choose from it can sometimes get a little overwhelming or lead to a rash decision which can leave you disappointed with your purchase.  We took this opportunity to showcase five of our favourite garden buildings to help you along.

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  6. Can’t decide on a playhouse? Check out our new range

    Can’t decide on a playhouse? Check out our new range

    We love to see our children spending time outdoors, and playhouses give the perfect opportunity to do this as well as encouraging active and imaginative play.

    Our brand new range of attractive wooden playhouses will give children of all ages

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  7. Your February garden

    Your February garden

    After the relative slumbers of the first month of the year, things begin to hasten now that February has blown in. The gales have had a few fence panels down but my new greenhouse stands firm. Gusts in the Midlands have been nothing like parts of the

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