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Year: 2020

Sad News

It is with great sadness we announce that John O’Conner passed away on 24th March 2020.

John was admitted to the Lister Hospital on 12th March and diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus. Due to underlying health issues he was moved to the Intensive Care Unit but died following a short battle with the illness.

John started the business in 1969 and steered it through its first 50 years, his strong principles and values remain the bedrock of the company today. He showed great passion, not only for his business, but the industry as a whole. He was a former Chairman of the British Association of Landscape Industries,

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COVID-19 Statement

Updated 26/03/2020

At John O’Conner we are following all legislation and advice from the Government and ACAS regarding COVID-19. We are taking all the necessary steps to ensure we protect the health of our staff, clients and members of the public at this current time.

We are continuing to support clients with essential maintenance to ensure the sites are maintained to useable standards. These sites include schools and councils as well as hospitals and other customers which include, essential cleansing, waste removal, general maintenance and burial services, all of which are considered key workers delivering critical public services.

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Can It Be Too Cold to Snow?

As kids (and adults, admittedly), we’re left disappointed when pulling apart our curtains on a cold winter morning and not finding any snow. We’ll usually conclude that it is not cold enough — but have you ever considered that it might be too cold?

It can be too cold to snow. Exceptionally low temperatures can affect the conditions needed for snow to occur. 

This article will explain the idea in greater detail and provide tips on how to protect your grounds over the winter.

 

When does it snow?

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