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Hedgelaying Course

Last Updated:  06/02/2017

Saturday 4 March 2017

at Windsor Great Park, Windsor

A Hedgelaying training course on with Clive Leeke

Clive is a professional Hedgelayer and trainer with many years of experience and who has achieved success in the National Championships having reached the final in previous years.

This is a hands on training course so you will gain much practical experience.

You will be laying a 10 year old mixed species hedge with individual tuition given.

What to bring:

Walking boots or robust wellies, preferably with steel toecaps, thick gardening gloves and best to wear old clothes. All tools will be provided.

Meet in car park at Crown Estate Offices at 9.45am for a 10am start. Course finishes at 4pm.

Tea & Coffee provide but please bring a pack lunch.

The cost is £50 + VAT per head.


5 hours cpd. A certificate of attendance will be awarded.

Bookings to be made via the Arboricultural Associations website:


As numbers are restricted, please book early to avoid disappointment.

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