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Wilkinson Sword gardening tools for National Allotment Week

Ultralight Shaping Shears. Picture; Wilkinson Sword
Ultralight Shaping Shears. Picture; Wilkinson Sword

Ultralight range for ease of use

If you suffer from a bad back or joint conditions, you need to take advantage of every innovation to keep active in your garden.

Allotment gardening is hard work and demanding, so Wilkinson Sword is highlighting its new Ultralight range during National Allotment Week (August 12-18).

The collection has been designed to provide gardeners and allotmenteers with tools that are expertly crafted for comfort and ease-of-use across a number of key gardening tasks, without compromising on strength or style.

The range includes shears, pruners and loppers, shears and rakes for lawns plus hoes, trowels, forks, shovels and spades.

The tools are up to 50 per cent lighter than standard, reducing strain and fatigue so you can use them for longer.

Key products include:

Ultralight Stainless Steel Dutch Hoe

This classic style will slice through the roots of weeds with minimal effort, simply push and pull it just below the surface of the soil. RRP £27.99.

Ultralight Digging Spade

This tool is 40 per cent lighter than traditional digging spades which helps to reduce strain. Its rust-resistant stainless steel head with serrated edge will break up heavy soils with ease. RRP £27.99.

Ultralight Bypass Loppers

The non-stick coated blade will precisely cut through young and greenwood, while the aluminium handles provide strength and lightness. These loppers are 50 per cent lighter than standard, saving arm and shoulder strain. RRP £27.99.

All of the Wilkinson Sword garden tools carry a 10-year guarantee. For more information, visit www.wilkinsonsword-tools.co.uk.

You can also follow Wilkinson Sword Tools on Twitter @WSGardenTools and find them on Facebook by searching for Wilkinson Sword Garden Tools.

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Mandy Watson is a freelance journalist and an incurable plantaholic. MandyCanUDigIt grew from the tiny seed of a Twitter account into the rainforest of information you see before you. Gardening columnist for the Sunderland Echo, Shields Gazette and Hartlepool Mail and editor of the Teesdale Mercury Magazine. Attracted by anything rebellious, exotic and nerdy, even after all these years. Passionate about northern England and gardens everywhere. Falls over a lot.

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