Lights Camera Gardening! 

It’s not often in your career you get the chance to rub shoulders with some of the most famous landscapers and gardeners. But when the team at DIY SOS said “yes” I booked the week out and the team travelled to Bristol to support the charity project known locally as The Ranch
Creating outdoor spaces 
Having spent the last 30 years, designing, renovating, and rejuvenating outside spaces for families to enjoy and creating professionally designed outside spaces for businesses. This seemed like the perfect time to give something back to an industry that I love working in. 
 
 
Helping to rebuild a local community facility 
The Southmead Adventure Playground in Bristol, known to the locals as “The Ranch” had sadly fallen into disrepair and was no longer fit for purpose. Nick Knowles and the team at DIY SOS gathered a group of local volunteers and professional trades people to bring this community facility back to life. 
 
 

What an amazing experience for the Ground Force Landscaping Team!  

Myself and my team donated a week of our time and expertise to work along side other experienced trades people and volunteers from 23rd October to 27th October 2021. They were long and physically challenging days, but we had an amazing time. Working with the team from DIY SOS, I got to experience 5 days of working with an incredible team and seeing how the TV program is pulled together. 
 
I can’t wait to watch the episode and see the outcome of everyone’s efforts
Luke Millard, DIY SOS 
 
Great work ethic and just a great team - supported and helped on the Southmead DIY SOS. 
 
Highly recommend and a thank you from all the team 

Ground Force Landscaping are based in Windsor and work throughout the local area. 

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On 3rd June 2024 at 11:01, Sarah francis wrote:
I have a friend called Isabel who had a stroke two years ago. She loved her garden and spent many hours in it but unfortunately wasn’t able to finish her dream garden. I would so love for it to be finished for her to sit in and enjoy she is one of the kindest people I ever know and deserves to have her dream garden x
On 9th October 2022 at 23:57, Nicola James wrote:
I'm looking to transform a small garden for my daughter who suffers mental health after an horric attack she suffered, she currently has 4 house rabbits that mean the world to her and keeps her PTSD abay, she needs to move them into a garden that is overgrown so I can have the spare too. Made into a room for me when I have to stay and care for her on her low days
On 5th November 2021 at 17:12, Owen Ashman-mardon wrote:
T7anks for putting a pic of me up.with u lads
On 5th November 2021 at 15:28, John Gillborn wrote:
So good of you and your team to give your time to such a worthy cause, well done guys
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