Lawn in Glory

 

Lawn in Glory: "The quality remains long after the price is forgotten"

A lovely message from a longstanding loyal customer! See our Latest News page for the picture!

"Hi mark I thought you might appreciate seeing the results of all your hard work on my lawn as you only see it when it's bad before you start to work your magic on it
Thanks Mark I'll see you later in the year "
Kind regards
Dave Barclay...
1 azalea way

 
 

About Us

We are a small family business dedicated to enhancing the LAWN in your life. We can cater for tiny lawns to large estate lawns, no job is too big or too small.

We cover all areas of Berkshire and further afield.

Services

You name it and we can provide it. With  experienced staff  you can be sure we will get the job done and get it done right. New lawns, renovations, feeding, weeding, aeration and scarification plus many more lawn care services.

We will always visit first to give a free professional quote and advise you on the best treatment for your lawn.

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History

Mark originally trained as an agricultural mechanic but realised his love of being outdoors and working with grass was where he really wanted to be. Mark attended Berkshire College of Agriculture to complete his Horticultural and Sports Turf qualifications and soon gained employment in the industry. Mark gained experience on a variety of Golf courses and in August 2004 took the plunge and set up his own business Lawn in Glory. Over ten years later Mark still maintains the lawns of his original loyal customers but has expanded to taking on large estate contracts. Marks background as a mechanic also gives him the skills and experience to advise customers on the best machinery to use on their lawns.

 Marks wife Annette has always worked quietly in the background doing the accounts and paperwork but this year she has given up her professional career as a teacher and moved full time to Lawn in Glory running the "soon to be" Online shop.

 Lawn in Glory are proud to support ZAWF Zakynthos Animal Welfare Fund please visit http://www.zawf.gr to see their work and help them out.