Landscape company wins award for work on public gardens in Lyme Regis

PUBLISHED: 11:48 30 December 2008 | UPDATED: 14:48 20 April 2010

A DALWOOD landscaping company picked up two awards at a national competition.

A DALWOOD landscaping company picked up two awards at a national competition. Tony Benger picked up the Principal Award for the landscaping of Lister and Langmoor Gardens, in Lyme Regis, at the British Association of Landscape Industries ceremony. Managing director Mr Benger was presented with the awards by event host ITV's David Domoney and guest speaker Clive Anderson. Mr Benger said: "We were pleasantly surprised to win and were very chuffed to have beaten Heathrow Five contractors, who were in the same category as us. "Over the last three years we have put a lot of effort into our work and it's nice for it to come out looking so good." The awards, which have run annually for 32 years, pay tribute to landscapers who have demonstrated exceptionally high standards of professionalism and skill.

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