We recently posted about sub-base preparation work, and here we have another example. This time we were preparing a surface for self-draining block pavers at a new car park at Bulford, Wellington Somerset.
The photos below show the different stages of the preparation.
A good sub-base is extremely important before applying the surface layer. The photos below show us preparing a sub-base, using type 3 stone, at Crosskeys, Taunton. The stone is raked out and then compacted to form a solid, level base. This driveway will then layed with South Cerney stone for a great finish.
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We always try to relocate honeybees and prevent them from returning, without causing any harm to the colony.
In the video below, Kevin Wendt explains the discovery of a swarm of bees in the ceiling of an old night-watchman’s office and how they will be carefully removed and re-homed in a hive.