Landscaper wins Bradstone prize

Landscape installer, Dan Grimes of Winslade Landscapes, Aldershot, Hampshire, has been announced as the final winner of a national competition to mark the 60th anniversary of hard landscaping manufacturer, Bradstone.

The winner takes home an Isuzu D-Max Utah 4x4 pick-up truck as part of the celebrations for Bradstone’s Diamond year, which offered landscape designers and installers nationwide the chance to win one of two Isuzu trucks when purchasing Bradstone paving.


Grimes, who owns Winslade Landscapes, is the second and final competition winner, the first being Robert Knight of Red Oak Landscaping & Garden Services in Bristol. Dan was presented with the keys to his new Isuzu truck this week at Kebur Garden Materials in Farnborough, where he made his Bradstone purchases.


Grimes said: "If it wasn’t for the Bradstone app, I would have missed out on this opportunity as I had totally forgotten that there was another chance to win. As a Bradstone Assured installer, the majority of supplies I use are from Bradstone. The new van has come at a great time as we are looking to expand the business."


Toby Stuart-Jervis, commercial director for Bradstone, said: "Many congratulations to our second winner. If it wasn’t for our installer partners like Dan, we would not be celebrating such an important milestone. As a token of our gratitude, we are delighted to be giving out such great prizes to both of our competition winners."

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