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Spring was in the air as busy business people from across Newark met after sunrise for the first time this year for the April meeting of Newark Business Club.

Chaired by Amy Codd, the meeting was opened with a note of congratulations to Cameron Ford from Reflect Recruitment, who recently won a charity game of Newark Monopoly organised by Duncan & Toplis.

Become the Master of Your Lawn
Ian Stephens from Lawn Master took to the stage to share some top tips for getting lawns ready for the summer.

Some of the main culprits damaging our beautiful English grass include moss, chafer beetles and fairy rings, but Ian provided some simple solutions for remedying them.

He also reminded people to clear away unnecessary items from any lawn area, especially if they’re off on holiday over Easter, as grass can become damaged if it’s covered with bikes, toys or garden furniture.

Ian recommended that grass should be kept between an inch and an inch and a half long – unless you’re playing croquet regularly.

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Future First Expo
Julie Reader-Sullivan spoke enthusiastically about the Future First Expo which will take place on Thursday May 4 at Lady Eastwood Pavilion, Newark Showground.

The expo, aimed at 16 to 18-year-olds and members of the public who are considering a career change, will focus on careers, training and education.

Several members of the club have offered to deliver expert speaker slots during the expo. These include Amy Codd from Chattertons, Simon Shaw from Duncan & Toplis, Steve Beeching, Lisa Whitehead from Get The Edge and Kerri Saxby from Shooting Star.

Newark in the Spotlight
Julie also reminded guests that there is plenty to do in and around Newark over Easter and encouraged people to visit local tourist locations and keep an eye on social media for future developments and campaigns.

The April Skill Share
Club members were invited to learn something new from one of eight specialists in the room during the first skill share session of the year.

Kiyth Fotitt taught self-defence in the car park, Kevin Guthrie gave insight into mind coaching, Kerri Saxby provided personal PR insights and Carrie Stack guided people on the legal aspects of wills, lasting power of attorney and probate.

Meanwhile, James Fountain shared his knowledge on branding, Steve Beeching educated people on the benefits of hydrogen cars, Cameron Ford shared recruitment tips and Cheryl Kerr raised awareness of the developments in apprenticeships.

Is Our Network Right for You?
Fancy networking with likeminded business people and making better business links in Newark and the surrounding area? Then Newark Business Club is a great place to start.

The monthly meetings attract around 100 people from a range of local independent and national companies.

The next meeting will take place at the Everyday Champions Centre in Newark from 7am on Friday May 5.

In the meantime, you can check out the club and its members via the website, follow us on Twitter or join the Facebook group. Just search for Newark Business Club.

Next meeting: May 5th at 7am - Entry fee £7 at The Everyday Champions Centre, Newark

Lawn Master have years of experience as technically-proficient lawn care professionals and can create a perfect lawn for less than you might think.

Ian Stephens is your local representative across Nottinghamshire, Lincoln and surrounding areas.

He has worked on golf courses for 25 years, spending 15 years as a head greenkeeper.

He said: “All lawns, old and new, need attention and a regular maintenance programme. We do not cut lawns but we offer and implement a plan of seasonal applications to remove moss, weeds, thatch, disease, and to address poor quality growth.

At Lawn Master, everything is operated by experienced turf care professionals. Therefore, you can benefit from our knowledge and unique attention to detail, giving you a lawn that you can be proud of, and for no more cost than our competitors.

“All lawns are different. We offers a bespoke series of treatments that are tailored to your lawn.

An annual treatment plan, from as little as £18 per treatment, includes five treatments, in spring, summer, late summer, autumn and winter. You can start a Lawn Master treatment programme at any time of the year.

Even if you think your lawn cannot be saved, and that re-turfing is the only answer, there is a solution that costs a quarter of the price.

In 2008, Lawn Master created Regener8 to bring even the worst lawns back to life. The unique process restores lawns that have been treated before without success.

Additional lawn treatments and services offered by Lawn Master include pest control, scarification, tine aeration, over-seeding or top dressing, growth retardant and disease control.

For a free quotation, including a lawn care information guide, call Ian on 0800 326 5015.


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