How did you get started in the industry? Having returned from Tanzania in 1983, my then husband wanted a change...
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Garden designer and TV presenter Chris Beardshaw explains why he loves working in the horticultural industry and how he got into the profession. read on
How did you get started in the industry? I did work experience when I was 15 at my local nursery...
How did you get started in the industry? Before Hambrooks I was at a local garden centre - Keydell Nurseries...
How did you get started in the industry? I've always had an interest in the outdoor life so landscaping seemed...
How did you get started in the industry? Back in 1981, I started as an assistant groundsman at Wellington College...
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- Commercial Manager - N222, Horticruitment
- £25,000 - £30,000, East Anglia
- Part Time Gardener, Private Estate Tilford
- £12-£14 per hour; Negotiable, depending upon experience. , Tilford, Farnham
- HEAD GARDENER, Heveningham Hall Estate
- £32,000 per annum , Heveningham Hall, near Halesworth, Suffolk IP19 0PN
- Head Trainer - 27088, Anders Plus
- £30K- 35K doe, London (South), London (Greater)
- Landscape Foreman - E124, Horticruitment
- £25,000 - £33,000 DOE, Oxfordshire
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