Getting in a Tractor to Mow the Grass

Paul Brunton, who operates his Ed’s Garden Maintenance business in Bristol, is responsible for looking after the grounds of a new eco friendly housing development

Paul Brunton, from Ed's Garden Maintenance, mows the grass with a Tractor

Given the size of the site Paul has organised for a mower slightly larger than the one he pushes in peoples gardens

Using a Tractor to Mow the Grass by Paul Brunton from Ed's Garden Maintenance

Paul Brunton, from Ed's Garden Maintenance, uses a tractor to mow the grass in Bristol

Hay Making

Ed’s Garden Maintenance Operator Paul from Bristol sent in these before and after photographs of some very over grown lawns.  Ed’s Operators carry their own equipment and take the waste away for you.
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Big Garden Clearance

Ed’s Garden Maintenance Operator Paul from Bristol sent in these before and after photographs of a garden clearance.  Paul removed 15 tonne bags of green waste and it was 2 days work.  Please contact Ed’s for a free estimate for your gardening needs.


Garden Clearance Bristol

Ed’s Garden Maintenance Operator Paul Brunton from Bristol recently did a garden clearance for a local customer.  The garden waste produced filled an 8 yard skip producing 8 tons of waste.

The customer felt the quality of the work was excellent and said “We wanted an overgrown garden clearing which needed two full days of hard work. Paul did a great job – a great guy, very friendly and professional. Would highly recommend to anyone who needs a gardener.”  Please contact us for a free estimate if you require any Garden Maitenance work.

PRESS RELEASE: 27 September 2011

From London Recruitment to Bristol Gardens –
Paul Brunton, Garden Business Operator

A former Recruitment Executive has swapped his central London desk for the gardens of Bristol and opened his Garden Maintenance Business in the Frenchay area of the city.

Paul Brunton, 34, moved to Bristol in February of this year after five years working in central London. He started his new business, Ed’s Garden Maintenance, on 1st August and he has quickly become established in and around his local area.

Paul said::

“Moving to Bristol was very much a lifestyle choice. I worked in gardening many years ago and was keen to return to this sort of work, to leave the desk job behind and get back to working outdoors.

“After working as a Recruitment Executive in central London for five years, I wanted to get away from the rising house prices and the high cost of living in the capital. As we have family connections in Bristol, moving to the South West was the obvious choice.

“Since starting my business at the beginning of August, I’ve had a lot of repeat business and have already gained a number of regular customers, which is fantastic. I’m really enjoying meeting people and working in and around my local community. It’s certainly a world away from my previous job!”

Paul Brunton