Marshalls Register members Beesleys Landscapes have teamed up with multi award-winning garden designer Sharon Hockenhull to build the conceptual garden ‘Light Catcher’ at this year’s RHS Flower Show Tatton Park from 22nd-26th July.
‘Light Catcher’ is an experience of light, offering visitors an opportunity to see how natural light can be harnessed in a garden setting to create drama and ambience.
The main light-catching structure will be made from mild steel and clad in transparent polymer-type sheets. The paving, sponsored by Marshalls, will showcase its new product Symphony Vitrified in Barley, a light buff colour that will offer low light diffusion as well as a clean, crisp and contemporary appearance.
Father and son team Beesleys Landscapes are members of Marshalls' accredited contractor scheme and already have nine Marshalls landscaping awards under their belt, and an impeccable business reputation for high standards and professionalism. In August this year Matt Beesley, aged just 21, will represent the UK in the Landscaping WorldSkills competition held in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Sharon Hockenhull commented: “I spent a long time researching landscape contractors in the North West to work with me on my private client projects. Beesleys Landscapes stood out in terms of their track record, portfolio and passion for their industry.
“As a father and son team I felt that they offered the perfect combination of professionalism and enthusiasm; Matt’s father, Dave Beesley, offers a precise, logical and supportive management role that perfectly balances with the keen, knowledgeable and ‘blue-sky’ thinking of Matt.”
Follow their progress on Twitter as we provide updates on the garden build at: @MarshallsGroup