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Gardener

Job Description: What you'll be doing:As a hands-on Gardener, you’ll assist in making sure that the gardens are maintained to a high standard....

Company: National Trust
Location: Morpeth

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Propagator

Job Description: Internally this role will be known as Senior Gardener. The formal areas exude a strong Mediterranean feel and resemble an Italian villa landscape;...

Company: National Trust
Location: Newtownards

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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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Garden Supervisor

Job Description: Supervising an enthusiastic, dedicated team of gardeners and volunteers, you`ll work closely with our Head Gardener to ensure the gardens and landscape are...

Company: English Heritage
Location: Shropshire

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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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Gardener

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

Company: Audley
Location: Kintbury

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Apprentice Gardener

Job Description: Have a real interest in working in a park or a landscape environment. To carry out as directed routine tasks within Horticulture / Groundsman ship and general...

Company: Ambience Landscapes Ltd
Location: Bristol BS4

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