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National green services provider Glendale has begun a four year contract to deliver grounds maintenance at Gatwick Airport.

Arboricultural specialists donned life vests this month in order to dismantle an uprooted oak tree that had got stuck under a bridge in the Surrey village of Brockham.

Green flags are continuing to fly in Glendale-maintained open spaces after the national green services company retained 45 Green Flags for its clients across the country.

Carole Burnett joined Glendale as a woodland and countryside manager in March 2016. Carole, originally from Dorset, has a professional background in conservation, particularly invasive species research. She moved into the grounds maintenance industry in 2013.

After 16-years of service, grounds maintenance operative Phil Brown announced his retirement at the end of June 2016.

Green space management specialist Glendale, has secured the contract to deliver an £120,000 package of landscaping works on the three acre site of the Met Office’s new supercomputer. The package includes a 12-month ongoing maintenance plan.

Glendale Lewisham team leader Steve McKeag has raised £1,285 for the Alzheimer’s Society by running the 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon.

Phil Beaman joined Glendale in April 2016 as a contract manager for the company’s grounds maintenance contract with Newport City Homes in Wales.

Congratulations to Richard Campbell, grounds maintenance operative from Glendale's contract with Progress Housing Group.

Three members of staff from Glendale’s contracts with Waverley Borough Council and Surrey Schools had an eventful day on 19th May when they were called upon to rescue a family of swans.