Tender - Grounds maintenance in Wiltshire

Haydon Wick Parish Council in Wiltshire is tendering for a three-year contract for grass, shrub, hedge and bush cutting.

The contract has an estimated total value of £240,000 and a possible two-year extension. See www.mytenders.org/search/Search_AuthProfile.aspx?ID= AA35569. Register by 5 October. For details, call Terry Powell on 01793 722446 or email clerk@haydonwick.gov.uk.


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