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... And the national award for Best Use of Concrete Paving Slabs goes to... A Gloucestershire firm

A Gloucestershire company is celebrating a double win at national awards celebrating the UK's driveway and garden product manufacturing industry.

Cotswold Paving and Landscaping Ltd claimed two awards at the Bradstone Assured Awards, awards run by paving manufacturer Bradstone.

The wins came in the Best Patio Tranformation (over 60 square metres) and Best Use of Concrete Paving Slabs categories.

The awards drew high-quality nominations from landscapers from across the UK in categories including Best Patio Transformation, Employee of the Year and Best Driveway Transformation, along with the prestigious Installer of the Year Award.

Winners were chosen by an expert judging panel including guest judge Phil Tremayn, from the Association of Professional Landscapers, and Bradstone's National Sales Manager, Peter Montgomery.

The team from Cotswold Paving & Landscaping Ltd won these awards due to their well-executed designs.

Garry James, Owner of Cotswold Paving and Landscaping Ltd, said: "We are absolutely delighted to have won such fantastic awards which recognise the quality of our work.

"As a small local business, we work extremely hard to ensure we're offering the highest level of customer satisfaction and that we are going above and beyond for each project.

"We already have some exciting bookings in place for 2020 which will really showcase our landscaping abilities and, hopefully, earn us a place in Bradstone's 2021 Awards too."

Peter Montgomery, National Sales Manager for Bradstone, added: "Cotswold Paving and Landscaping Ltd is a truly worthy winner.

"Their ability to provide an outstanding standard of garden landscaping and dedicated customer service was unrivalled in this category.

"We at Bradstone are proud to have them as a member of our trusted scheme of installers, and we wish them continued success for the future."

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