Why Your Business Should Choose Countrywide
You can be sure that Countrywide has the experience and expertise to keep your grounds well maintained, tidy and safe. From grass cutting to tree surgery, we offer services to help keep your site at its best all year round.
Our friendly team of experts are all DBS-checked, wear our professional and distinct uniforms and carry identification at all times when working. We assign local managers and staff to each client, so you can get to know our team and they can get to know your site.
We also offer excellent turf renovation and line marking services for sports pitches. If you have an upcoming home game, we can call on our flexible team to help prepare your grounds and ensure your pitch is match-ready.Why Countrywide
Supporting the Local Economy in South Wales
At Countrywide, the key to our success is that we are a local business backed by national support. We provide high standards of services to local businesses and organisations, and our staff all live within the local area. Our teams feel a strong sense of ownership through working within their community, often joining neighbourhood meetings and helping out at community clean-up days.Contact Us
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Thank you ever so much for your support in the Melin area of Neath. We appreciate you sending two of your team, Christopher Bailey and Phillip Jones, to the litter pick organised by the Melin Community Council in Neath. The group informed me that the day went well with a significant amount of waste collected and your gentlemen were great and helped significantly.
Caru - Cymru Officer for Neath Port Talbot
I would like to extend our thanks to the Countrywide South Wales Grounds Maintenance team who recently took part in a Beachwatch event at Pwll Du At the event, the volunteers managed to remove 5 bags-worth of rubbish during their time on the beach, collecting a total of 192 litter items. The majority of the litter found on this clean was made of plastic or polystyrene, with a massive 83.9% of litter collected made of these materials. We are consistently finding high levels of this category of litter across our coasts. The 2018 Great British Beach Clean (GBBC) analysis found that plastic/polystyrene pieces (0-50 cm) was the most common litter item found over the weekend in September. This persistent presence of plastic pollution reinforces the need for us to tackle our plastic use and of course to keep up the good work removing it from our marine environment. For this to happen, we rely on our amazing volunteers who not only physically remove the debris, but at the same time, collect invaluable data that contributes to the Beachwatch citizen science dataset. Data is particularly important when it comes to the natural environment, as we need to be able to understand what is happening to the planet we live on. We want to keep a record of what is found, and where, because over time it allows a picture to be created, that helps us to understand what’s happening to our marine environment. We can use these results to explore environmental change, influence policy and encourage shifts in behaviour. The data collected by our wonderful volunteers is particularly special because it allows people across the nation to directly contribute to research, engage with the local community, get active, learn more about environmental issues and maximise the amount of data collected. Each year, we produce a report from the findings of our annual Great British Beach Clean which happens the third weekend of September. Aside from this yearly report, all surveys from year-round Beachwatch cleans provide vital evidence for our ongoing campaigns, and our national database that is used by students, academics, companies, local authorities, NGOs, environmental consultants, water companies and governmental organisations such as Defra. This year has been one of the biggest years for marine conservation, and we have seen that reflected in the public’s attitude towards the issue of marine litter, with more and more volunteers and organisers getting out to our beaches and undertaking Beachwatch cleans. We are incredibly grateful for the important work our volunteers do and always welcome new supporters. We hope that the Countrywide Maintenance Team enjoyed taking part in the recent Pwll Du Beachwatch event and hope to see you at future cleans.
Lauren Eyles - Beachwatch Programme Manager
Pwll Du, Pwll Du
Dear Countrywide South Wales, RE: Big Beach Clean Challenge 2018 I wish to express our thanks for your assistance in participating in our 2018 Big Beach Clean Challenge litter pick at Hunts Bay, Pennard. On Monday 12th November. This was one of a series of litter picks we have been holding this year to celebrate Wales ‘year of the sea’. With 5,500 acres and over 26 miles of coastline to look after on Gower, the National Trust relies on volunteers to assist with all our conservation work. Your offer of voluntary assistance and the offer to dispose of waste collected by yourselves is very much appreciated and offers like this don’t go unnoticed. The team worked hard on what is a difficult area due to the terrain but were successful in collecting various items from cotton buds to car wheels, I think all members involved experienced first hand the environmental impact we are having on our beaches every day. It’s great to be able to work with various companies and individuals who willingly give their time to help us keep Gower special. We look forward to being able to work with Countrywide Grounds Maintenance South Wales in the future and once again thank you for your support.
National Trust Area Ranger – Claire Hannington
The gardeners have been, and the grounds now look absolutely beautiful. Thank you
Housing Officer - Steve
Gardeners came to Hafod Court today, I would like to thank them for doing a great job, paths all swept and litter picked up, all under the hedges done proper at last, thank you
Estate's Officer - Daniel Evans
No, the works were not satisfactory THEY WERE AMAZING! Everyone commented how efficient the guys were and how polite.”
Headteacher - Mrs Bailey
A quick note to thank you for the work that has been undertaken to the front of the school premises It has made a big difference and is very much appreciated
Business Manager - Nigel Cooke
Just to let you know all the work itemised in your e-mail has been completed to an excellent standard. Can you thank the operatives that attended site and tell them to keep up the good work.”
Facilities Manager - Emma Owen
Whilst on site today it was commented by a tenant in Berkley Court that your team had done a good job of cutting her front garden and had cleaned up after, she also said they were really polite. On a separate note please can I pass my thanks on to Sean and Jason and Leon who were on site today in Thornhill Cwmbran. They worked really hard in collecting the litter on site and making the site look neat and tidy. I would also state that Sean is also very helpful and always goes out of his way to help and complete small tasks on site that I mention to him. Thanks Sean it is appreciated.
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