Brighton Community Compost Centre (BCCC)

 

http://www.brighton-compost.coop/

 PLEASE NOTE : the prices below are out of date. we have asked Brighton Compost for updated prices but have not received them so far. Please contact them directly for current pricing.

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Our new heavy duty bio-degradable 45 litre sacks of high quality organic general purpose compost. For bulk orders we can deliver a pallet bag containing x20 bags, which works out at only £3.30 per bag (less than three for a tenner)! Ideal for allotment shops or group buys.The normal individual retail price for this bag is £4.50.    From £3.30 per bag for 45+ litres of certified organic compost, delivered.

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Please note: Another offer, which may be of interest to a group of allotment holders or an allotment shop or association, is an eight ton loose delivery of organic compost for £180. This is incredible value and works out at only £22.50 per ton of high quality organic compost!  We deliver this by tractor and trailer and so this offer is dependent on enough space being available for delivery.

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For individual allotments or a shared buy we are now offering our bulk bag of general purpose organic compost at the amazing price of £39.50 each. But if you buy two at the same time the second bag is only £29.50. If you buy three, then the third bag is only £19.50! Unbeatable value. Our normal price is £49.50 per bag. This bulk bag of organic compost (over half a ton) from £19.50!

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This next offer is a bulk bag of organic bark mulch. An ideal medium for paths or for weed suppressing and water retention on beds. Normally £39.50 per bag, we are offering it now for only £29.50 per bag delivered! – if two or more are ordered at the same time. If three are ordered the third bag is only £19.50!
Nearly a cubic meter of organic matured bark mulch, delivered from £19.50!

Comments about this page

  • I bought a bulk bag of manure from these people and the quality was appalling, here’s a list of some of the stuff I found mixed in with the manure: bricks, logs, a paint roller, all kinds of bits of plastic and other rubbish, loads of sticks and stones. It was also bulked out with too much straw. I would definitely NOT recommend anyone buy anything from here, much better and cheaper options out there!

    By Zulia Jeen (12/08/2015)

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