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Indoor Water Features for Autumn & Winter Months

Indoor Water Features for Autumn & Winter Months

With the dull autumn and winter months bringing us miserable British weather, we're looking forward to enjoying our Indoor Water Features in our cosy warm houses! Check out this blog for some lovely features to add a relaxing atmosphere to any room of the home!

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Wind Down at Home with Indoor Water Features

Wind Down at Home with Indoor Water Features

As the weather is starting to cool, why not enjoy a water feature inside your home instead of the garden?! They add a great looking focal point to any room, as well as carrying health benefits! Take a look at this blog where we share some of our great products you can enjoy right now...

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Grab A Beer, Get Your Feet Up & Relax, Happy Father's Day Dads

Grab A Beer, Get Your Feet Up & Relax, Happy Father's Day Dads

Father’s day is a tradition that is celebrated to show love and appreciation for the Father’s or Father figures in our lives. It originated from Washington in 1910 by a woman named Sonora Smart Dodd, the daughter of a Civil War Veteran who was a single parent raising his 6 children.This came after she heard a sermon about Mother’s Day and she decided that father’s should be given the same appreciation. In the UK and many other countries Father’s day is celebrated on the 3rd Sunday in June. A number of other countries celebrate Father’s...

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Post Boxes - The end to soggy mail!

Post Boxes - The end to soggy mail!

A post box can finally mean an end to soggy mail. If you have a dog maybe your fed up of returning home to chewed mail?Letter boxes can easily be fitted onto the outside of your home and allow the postman to easily delivery mail ensuring it stays dry, safe and secure until you return home.Post Boxes come in a variety of shapes, sizes, styles and colours allowing you to select a post box which fits in with your property and colour scheme.The most popular post box has a simple slot in t...

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Christmas Eve Delivery

Christmas Day is now less than 2 days away. If you've left shopping to the last minute or stumbled upon a must have gift we can still deliver in time for the big day.Unlike many online retailers who have stopped taking orders for Christmas we can still deliver on Christmas Eve. All we ask is that you call our sales line before placing an order if you need delivery tomorrow so that we can check stock...

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Keeping Your Walkways And Paths Cleared Using Rocksalt and a Shovel

Depending on where you happen to live, winter is either on its way or already there. And with the onset of the winter season, comes the dreaded winter weather which almost always means snow. So this mean that unless you have a motorized type of snow throwing machine, you will be using snow shovels and rock salt to aid with clearing paths for the home. With this in mind, you may want to make sure you have a good shovel in your shed and if you don’t getting one might be a good idea. The choices are really pretty standard in the end, there are the Plastic end shovels and t...

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Keeping Paths and Driveway Clear in the Winter Weather.

Here are a few tips to keep you safe and dry in the winter months. Dress in layers and wear good snow boots and gloves. Basic tools to start with; snow shovels, salt, sand, tall stake markers, and for some, a good snow blower. While shovelling is good exercise, for some it is too much of a physical challenge. Snow blowers do an excellent job on small and large areas. Some people like to use tall wooden stakes, as markers for walk areas, garden paths and drive ways. You will know where your...

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Make your own Christmas decorations for kids

Every year the kids get out for half term and I am at a loss for what to do with them. It is too cold for them to spend all day playing outside like they do in the summer, so I am forced to try and come up with fun and creative indoor activities for them to do during the holiday break. This year I planned ahead and came up with some Christmas crafts for them to do and make them feel included in the decorating. The first thing we did was make Christmas tree ornaments. I went to the local craft store and picked up some clay, paint and glitter. Then I printed off a bunch of Christmas pictures...

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Homemade Christmas decorations

Every year Christmas seems to sneak up on me. I think I have everything under control that I am on top of the shopping and decorating and travel plans and then I check my calendar and realise it is not in fact still November but December and I am very, very behind. This year I am getting a jump start on the decorating and making some of my own decorations. Here are a few of the simple and easy decorations that I have made and you should be able to make too with just a couple of hours and some simple items.One of the things I like to make every year is a stocking countdown calendar....

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How to keep your Christmas Tree fresh?

Once you have bought your tree and got it home we are sure you want to keep it looking fresh for as long as possible.All of our trees are cut as late as possible so you can be assured that our trees are as fresh as they can be. With one of our Christmas trees and our Christmas tree care tips, you can be sure you will have a perfect tree for Christmas.After buying your tree, it should be kept outside in a cool place, preferably standing in water until it is required indoors.

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