Glendale News


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Glendale has won a four year framework worth £600,000 to provide grounds maintenance services in parks, memorial gardens, public gardens and open spaces for East Lindsey District Council.

National green service provider Glendale has begun work on a new £600,000 framework for Lincolnshire County Council, which will support its existing portfolio of work in the county.

Residents who campaigned to keep their street green are celebrating after their efforts resulted in new trees being planted on Plymouth’s Burleigh Park Road.

Support from national green services provider Glendale has enabled a humanitarian response charity to deploy a team of arborists to Vanuatu, after the south Pacific island was left devastated by Cyclone Pam.

A secondary school in Derbyshire is carrying out a planting project as part of a series of environmental events to mark the centenary of the First World War.

To coincide with this year's National Apprenticeship Week we caught up with two of our grounds maintenance apprentices, David Hoy from Lewisham and Ed Forsythe from Birmingham, to talk in depth about what it is like to be an apprentice with Glendale.

National Apprenticeship Week is a celebration of apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on the people who undertake them.

In Autumn 2014, Glendale’s management team donated their services to help a group of residents improve some raised planter beds on a housing estate in Coventry.

National green service provider Glendale has joined forces with a housing organisation to breathe life into a disused area of land within the grounds of a Coventry church.

We are joined by Glendale arborist Anthony Harper to talk about all things arboriculture in a short interview exploring what attracted him to the industry and the benefits of a career in arboriculture.