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Amberol self-watering planters offer value for money says Halstead in Bloom

Amberol self-watering planters offer value for money says Halstead in Bloom

Halstead is a small town in rural Essex with a population of around 12,000 residents. The Halstead in Bloom organisation was formed as a community/volunteer group in 2000 to help clean, beautify and brighten up the town for all those who live, work and visit there.

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Amberol solve St Helena’s ‘mynah’ recycling issue

Amberol solve St Helena’s ‘mynah’ recycling issue

We like to think we can help solve most people’s rubbish and recycling problems with our sturdy litter bins. So, when the remote South Atlantic island of St Helena came to us looking for a way to improve recycling rates and tackle a problem with mynah birds, we were happy to come up with a bespoke solution.

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Penguin spotted in Lincoln!

Penguin spotted in Lincoln!

Amberol help St Marks Shopping Centre clean up with Westminster and Percy penguin bins.

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Amberol planters bring a splash of colour to historic Market Harborough

Amberol planters bring a splash of colour to historic Market Harborough

Market Harborough is a market town in Leicestershire often cited in national surveys and property lists as one of the UK’s more desirable places to live. The town has an attractive centre and is known in the region for its range of independent retailers and iconic Grammar School which dates back to 1614.

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Leeds looking lovely with Amberol’s self-watering planters

Leeds looking lovely with Amberol’s self-watering planters

A recent story in the regional press has highlighted how self-watering planters are able to create stunning floral displays even in the very hottest of weather.

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Amberol helps Shrewsbury become the town of flowers

Amberol helps Shrewsbury become the town of flowers

The attractive mediaeval town of Shrewsbury in Shropshire is home to around 100,000 people. Located near the Welsh Borders and surrounded by beautiful countryside, the town is also popular with tourists, drawn by a range of attractions which include a castle, historic buildings and Shrewsbury’s reputation as a ‘town of flowers’.

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