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Old 19-05-2011, 05:11 PM
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Default New gardening series needs your gardening DIY disasters + dishevelled sheds

Garden Gaffs
Is your garden more gaff than gorgeous? Did the man of the house do something rickety with the rockery? Did you dig yourself a pond only to only to see the water vanish, leaving the goldfish gasping? Then you may be in urgent need of a little Garden ER! Contact us now to let us know what’s gone wrong and how the Garden ER team can help.

We’re looking for DIY garden projects that have gone seriously wrong, don’t work, look terrible or simply didn’t live up to your hopes. We want to meet the perpetrator of the gardening ‘crime’, help them put it right and finally win them a pardon from their long-suffering ‘victim’.

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Or call Melanie on 0121 248 3909 or Lindsay on 0121 248 3908

Pimp my Shed
Is your garden shed more shabby than chic? Do you wish the eyesore that lurks at the bottom of your garden was more useful, more attractive and less of a health hazard? Then this could be an opportunity for you and your family. David Domoney and the team from Garden ER are looking for some of Britain’s redundant or under-used sheds that need transforming into something useful, good-looking and inspiring. If you’ve got a shed you think could be working a lot harder for you, then call in the Garden ER team now!

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Or call Melanie on 0121 248 3908 or Melanie on 0121 248 3909
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