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Gordon Low Products Ltd.

Rookery Road, Wyboston, BEDFORDSHIRE. MK44 3UG


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POND OF THE WEEK – 18th May 2016






With Chelsea Flower Show just a week away I thought we would re-visit the
M & G garden designed by Jo Thompson which won Silver Gilt in 2015.

Jo asked Martin Kelly of Fairwater Ltd to install the liner and working alongside Scott of S.H. Landscape they achieved some fantastic results. 

Pond plan templates created from CAD data were produced and used by both the ground workers constructing the hard landscaping, and our fabricators. 

This allowed the liner to be manufactured and delivered to site whilst the actual pond was still being constructed, ensuring the project could be completed in time.

Normally the template is sent to us but in this case because of the urgency we were given the drawings and Tom and Philip marked up the template.
Once this was done Michael who recently celebrated twenty years with us started welding. 

Michael says that the most difficult aspect of working on such a big project is manoeuvrability and needed two extra pairs of hands .  The whole job, from start to finish took eight hours and 135m2 of material.  Obviously this is all worthwhile particularly when you see the result of your labours at such a prestigious event.

Once the liner was in place the build could continue, in this case a deck/jetty and pavilion stand on top of the liner above the water line.
The decking/jetty is supported by submerged Oak posts standing in the pond on top of the liner.
We would love to have some more photographs and hope that you will share some of your projects with us so we can feature them in future Eshots, blogs and Facebook.  

With very best regards…… Ruth




For more information please call Tom or Ruth on 01480 405433 or email

tom@gordonlowproducts.co.uk   or  ruth@gordonlowproducts.co.uk


















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