Sep 03

Heaviest pumpkin

Thank you to KPS for your compost which contributed to First Prize for Heaviest Marrow at Chailey Show and for Heaviest Pumpkin at Barcombe.
Apr 26

A huge thank you to Nicci and Dan

Hi Nicky, I just wanted to say a huge thank you for for providing such 5 star service - I've reflected this in my google review which I hope you get to see.  Luke and Simon did a fantastic job and we are super happy!  I will definitely be recommending... read more →
Jan 20

Covid-19 Current Risk Assessment

This is a generic risk assessment that looks at the issues and actions we need to consider and undertake, in order to minimise any risk of contracting and protection of our workforce during Coronavirus (Covid-19). Click here to download the risk assessment
Jan 18

Mark and Olly

Mark and Olly did an excellent job with the fencing at Bluebell today. Thanks to Steve for ensuring we could complete before Christmas.
Oct 14
Jul 16

Qualified Tree Surgeons

KPS is currently looking for Qualified Tree Surgeons to join our team.  Please contact Helen@kps.uk.com for further details or email a copy of your CV.
May 28
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Landscaping and Planting at Walkers Platts

Landscaping and Planting at Walkers Platts We work for a variety of clients. This job was working on a large industrial estate where we undertook the rotivating, laying of top soil (supplied by KPS sister company KPS Composting) seeding and planting of whips. We work with the client from brief... read more →
Sep 16

Qualified Tree Surgeons

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Sep 03
Sep 03

Extremely helpful

Extremely helpful driver delivered our last order a couple of weeks ago and was able to pull onto our drive.

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