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Pictured above Aidan Cotter [Bord Bia], David Milner, Peter Donegan [Donegan Landscaping] and Trevor Sargent.

Friday 8th February saw The Donegan Lanscaping team awarded The Bord Bia Quality Award. Last year we achieved the award of merit, but, thanks to the hard work of the entire team, we have been certified a Quality Approved System.

Put simply, it certifies just how good we operate and are managed behind the scenes and professionally as a business.

In the meantime, thank you all for your support of the last years; and the years to come.

donegan gardens, dublin

10 replies
  1. peter donegan MI Hort
    peter donegan MI Hort says:

    A Chara Nezza,

    Thanks so much. It really is appreciated.

    For us, in particular this award – its about time! this one was 5 years work and it just missed us last year. I think its great, moreso for the office staff who don’t really get the acclaim and thanks when we produce an excellent garden/ design.
    I think for clients too its knowledge that we are equally as good on the field as behind the scenes.

    many thanks again – twice in one day!!
    slán go foill

  2. Aido
    Aido says:

    Always a pleasure to take a stroll in a virtual garden and forget about tech! I can almost smell the flowers 🙂

    And its good to see friends getting what they deserve for their hard work 🙂

    See you at the next Open Coffee maybe?

  3. peter donegan MI Hort
    peter donegan MI Hort says:

    I suppose thats why I do your garden[s] and you [plural ie segala] do my tech. I almost smell the [burning] CPU. Would that be considered a joke in techland form a horticulturist – or would you just laugh!!

    Sincerely Aido – many thanks.

    Next Open coffee for definite! You might wish to inform the garden readers what that is exactly……

    slán agus arís go raibh míle maith agat

  4. Aido
    Aido says:

    “I almost smell the [burning] CPU” LMAO (laughing my ass off).

    The next Open Coffee Club is tomorrow in The Morrison Hotel, Dublin.

    OpenCoffee Club is an informal event for web / business people to get together and chat about anything and everything. Usually, people talk about their work or what’s going on at the moment on the web. OpenCoffee meetups have started many business relationships, personal friendships and exciting projects. OpenCoffee Clubs are held in 73 cities around the world and the Dublin club was joint-first along with the London club.


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