Following our successful presence at the Chelsea Flower 2015, contributing to the build of Sean Murrays (winner BBC 2 ‘Great Chelsea Garden Challenge) outstanding show feature garden, we went on to demonstrate our landscaping expertise at the International Wellington Horse Trials 2015 in August. Having moved on to site only two weeks prior to the event, we worked tirelessly out of hours dressing every cross country fence in preparation for the world’s best FEI 3 *** eventers.
All flowers were in bloom and bedding plants methodically arranged to create a masterpiece at every fence that withstood three days of thrills and spills during top class competition. The cross country drew the crowds to watch the masters of the event world and it was the infamous William Fox Pitt who was crowned the winner of the Intermediate Section N sponsored by Inhurst Landscapes. William Fox Pitt was presented with a full consultation and design package carried out by Inhurst Landscape at the awards ceremony.
As the business continues to grow we have naturally turned our attention to our growing workforce and creating opportunity to enter the industry. It is for this reason we are pleased to have joined the Elevate project run by Wokingham Borough Council which provides support for young people to find employment and apprenticeships. Robbie Guyatt joined us through the project back in August and we are very pleased to announce he is now full time maintenance landscaper for Inhurst. Robbie is currently based at the luxurious Cavendish Park development for Bewley Homes in Wokingham where landscaping is well underway.
Reflecting our specialist abilities landscaping the most environmentally sensitive areas, we are also pleased to announce work has started at the Bewley Park development in Reading. Bewley Park is a unique development in the middle of Reading surrounded by mature trees and nature reserve.
Please do not hesitate to contact us today to book your free consultation. We look forward to sharing images from our recently completed projects at the gallery (link to project gallery) which range from small private gardens to larger commercial projects.(less)
We are proud to have contributed to the build of the outstanding show feature garden by the winner of BBC2’s ‘Great Chelsea Garden Challenge’, Sean Murray. Sean was chosen from hundreds of entrants to become one of six would-be designers who were mentored by Joe Swift of BBC2’s Gardeners’ World.
We look forward to sharing our pictures and stories from this prestigious event very soon.(less)