Glendale News


Providing you with regular updates on what Glendale is doing in your local area.

Within a fortnight of Exeter St James Community Trust announcing its funding award from the Government’s Pocket Parks Programme, this precious green space in the heart of St James is already revealing marked signs of improvement.

Gina Beresford, nature conservation officer, is Glendale’s very own hedgehog champion. Gina manages Glendale’s nature conservation project, Nature’s Gym, on behalf of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. In a quick interview for Glendale News she explains why she became a champion for hedgehogs and how you can help protect this iconic British animal.

January saw the official launch of Glendale Horticulture with Merediths, Mahood and Coblands all falling under the Glendale brand.

Glendale's sister company Treelands has appointed David Adam as forest manager for the South West of England.

A national green services provider has joined an industry led initiative showcasing its commitment to the next generation.

Throughout the Christmas period Glendale’s dedicated utility arboriculture teams in the South West worked around the clock to help Western Power Distribution keep the power on.

On January 16, the Friends of Perry Hall Park held a wassailing event at Perry Hall Park Moat Orchard with the support of Glendale and Birmingham Parks.

Glendale has won a four year framework to provide arboriculture and tree services in Basildon, Essex, on behalf of Basildon Borough Council.