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The Daily Mail's mystery hedge trimmer

Hedges can be controversial and can lead to disputes between neighbours if not trimmed properly, although fortunately these cases are extremely rare. It doesn’t take a lot of work to keep a hedge neatly trimmed and for the vast majority of hedge varieties, trimming once a year will be more than adequate to keep it looking smart at a manageable level. The Daily Mail have recently reported a story relating to a mystery hedge trimmer who has taken it upon themselves to trim someone else’s hedges without their permission, an activity which is against the law. You can read the full story on the Daily Mail’s website by clicking here.

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