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Our staff will share regular news articles of commentary, descriptions and events related to water features, ponds, water gardening, and gardening in general.

Our news editor is Paul Windas and article authors are: Nicola Gee (Garden Features specialism), Jacqueline Windas (Water Features and Garden Features specialism), Geoff Windas (Water Feature specialism), Paul Windas (Water Features, Garden Features specialism), David Hellowell (Water Features specialism) and numerous guest authors throughout the year.

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Water features make gardens happy
Water features make gardens happy
Category: Water Features
Posted: 06/04/2011 09:12
You can enjoy your garden fully in the summer months by the addition of water features.

Water Features used at eco conference to spread green message
Water Features used at eco conference to spread green message
Category: Water Features
Posted: 30/03/2011 11:21
A Derbyshire County Council eco conference has inspired local teachers to spread the green message with the use of water features.

Water feature brings pleasure for disabled lady
Water feature brings pleasure for disabled lady
Category: Water Features
Posted: 29/03/2011 10:24
It is feared a sensory garden especially designed for a severely disabled lady, which includes a much loved water feature may well disappear.

Garden maintenance tips from Gardeners World
Garden maintenance tips from Gardeners World
Category: Water Features
Posted: 29/03/2011 04:45
Trusted industry source BBC Gardeners World magazine have included water features and bird bath maintenance in their latest around the garden checklist.

Vitality from Water Features
Vitality from Water Features
Category: Water Features
Posted: 29/03/2011 02:42
A leading publisher suggests that the addition of water features to your back garden promotes feelings of vitality.

Yorkshire city Bradford to have the largest city centre water feature in the UK
Yorkshire city Bradford to have the largest city centre water feature in the UK
Category: Water Features
Posted: 28/03/2011 09:03
Yorkshire Forward, Bradford Council, the Homes and Communities Agency and the Regional Transport Board have come to the aid of the all those people who love water features. Building work on Bradford’s £24m city centre development is set to complete in eight months time, and become the UK’s largest city centre water feature, featuring fountains, walkways, lighting and even sound effects.

Water feature restoration boosted by the National Lottery
Water feature restoration boosted by the National Lottery
Category: Water Features
Posted: 25/03/2011 12:05
The National Lottery has come to the rescue for residents in the borough of Eastbourne. Improvements to the Decoy pond in Hampden Park have now been given the green light thanks to a cash injection of £50,000.

Painstaking renovation of historic water feature
Painstaking renovation of historic water feature
Category: Water Features
Posted: 25/03/2011 11:45
A historic fountain in Fylde has been painstakingly restored. The fountain on St Annes Promenade Gardens has been restored to its Victorian prime after many years of neglect.


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