Dear customers,

Here at Lancashire Lawncare we are receiving some great feedback from you as the customer as we visit your homes to apply our lawn treatments. We would like to thank you once again for the custom you have given us over the years and for all the recommendations you pass on. We’d like to encourage you to keep on telling your friends about us and also to make use of the new and improved online referral option.
Starting in the new year we are hoping to begin a new feature on the website called “Featured Lawns.” Once a month we will pick a garden to feature to show the benefits of our regular treatments to your lawns. We ask that as many of our customers as possible submit a photo of their gardens along with a brief comment or testimonial and we will try and show as many as possible. Utmost discretion will be used and no personal information will be divulged in doing this. We hope that this will provide our existing customers with something nice to look at and talk about on our website and also encourage new customers to see the benefits that our company can bring to any garden. We thank you in an anticipation of this new feature being a success and look forward to receiving your photos and comments soon.


The Lancashire Lawncare Team

(by that I mean Michael and Rob!!)


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