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Gardener

Job Description: The role requires a knowledgeable gardener with strong communication skills to assist our gardening team with a wide range of duties....

Company: Twinlakes Park
Location: Melton Mowbray LE14

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Gardener

Job Description: First impressions count, the simple but beautifully presented lawns and landscapes set the scene here at Audley....

Company: Audley
Location: Kent

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Gardener

Job Description: This elegant country manor and tranquil garden sit so harmoniously within the landscape that one cannot exist without the other....

Company: National Trust
Location: Alresford

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Gardener

Job Description: You will assist with mowing/strimming, any new landscape work, pruning and seed sowing/plant propagation as required....

Company: Marlborough College
Location: Marlborough SN8

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Volunteers – Holkham Enterprises

Job Description: We are also looking for willing and passionate volunteers to help with a variety of gardening jobs to maintain the intricate patterns of the formal parterres on...

Company: Holkham
Location: Wells next the Sea

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Hard Landscape Gardener

Job Description: The Hard Landscape Gardener applicants should have a minimum of 10 years hard landscaping experience. We are actively looking to recruit a fully skilled...

Company: Reformalawn
Location: Surrey

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