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Landscapers win prestigious accolade




Alastair Peat, director of Alfresco Landscaping with host and TV personality, David Domoney, and Bradstones commercial director, Toby Stuart-Jervis EMN-160402-163700001
Alastair Peat, director of Alfresco Landscaping with host and TV personality, David Domoney, and Bradstones commercial director, Toby Stuart-Jervis EMN-160402-163700001

A landscaping business, based in Helpston, has won a prestigious accolade in the national 2016 Bradstone Assured Awards.

Alfresco Landscaping Ltd, won ‘Installer of the Year’ at the annual awards ceremony, held to recognise landscapers who demonstrate excellent levels of workmanship, design expertise and customer service.

Alastair Peat, director of Alfresco Landscaping, was presented the award by host and TV personality, David Domoney, and Bradstone’s commercial director, Toby Stuart-Jervis, at the glitzy awards ceremony held at The Manor Hotel Meriden on Friday, January 22.

Alastair said: “We’re absolutely thrilled that our hard work has been recognised by Bradstone, and to have it showcased amongst so many of our peers at an awards ceremony was a really proud moment.

“Our aim is to deliver the best work using the best products every time - and to win this award is the icing on the cake!”

Alfresco was also highly commended in the ‘Best Garden Transformation’ category.

Toby Stuart-Jervis, commercial director for Bradstone, said: “We were delighted to present Alfresco Landscaping with two Bradstone Assured awards for their outstanding work in garden landscaping.

“Alfresco epitomises the values, quality and standards that Bradstone represents.”

To find out more about Bradstone Assured, visit www.bradstone.com/assured/



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