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March 5th, 2018

Norwich City FC Sign New Defender »

With the 2017/2018 football season in full flow, EFL Championship side Norwich City FC have a new defensive strategy – Pave-Saver! The versatile and unique stone protector and paving sealer from Go-Gum Limited is now protecting the newly refurbished Carrow Road Stadium concourse. Norwich City Football Club, also known as ‘The Canaries’, was founded in […]


February 1st, 2018

Go-Gum Group Street Cleaning Equipment Operating in the City of London »

The City of London is home to many historic buildings and landmarks, all connected by equally historic highways and byways, including Catherine Wheel Alley, Bow Lane and the ancient Watling Street. The latter was used by the Britons for centuries and survives to this day after the Romans paved much of the 276 mile road […]


October 16th, 2017

Telford & Wrekin Council Tackle Local Pollution »

Telford and Wrekin Council have a duty to maintain 626 miles of road, 743 miles of paths and pavements, 132 miles of cycle ways, more than 20,000 street lights, 400 acres of parks and green spaces and around 15 million trees. With local authorities under major budgetary restraints and the public purse strings being very […]


October 2nd, 2017

British Land Protect Retail Parks with Pave-Saver »

British Land are one of the UKs leading commercial property companies, with a portfolio of high quality, high profile retail locations throughout the country. British Land take pride in their well managed, well kept environments and the company invest in sites which provide attractive spaces for people to work, shop and live. At the time […]


June 12th, 2017

Graffiti Removal Company Cleans Up London Bridge »

London Bridge, one of the city’s many notable river crossings and subject of a famous nursery rhyme, spans the Thames River connecting The City of London with Southwark in central London. The current concrete and steel box girder bridge opened in 1973, replacing an historic 19th century stone-arched bridge, which now resides in Lake Havasu City, […]


May 12th, 2017

Paving Restoration at Bowness on Windermere »

Bowness Promenade, on the shores of Lake Windermere, is one of the main focal points for tourists visiting the English Lake District National Park and it’s most famous lake. Lake Windermere and the surrounding areas attract tens of thousands of visitors each week, which in turn means that the footfall and pedestrian traffic in locations […]