Oh Brother!

When presenter Phil Rostance was looking for someone to interview about the Wirral Food and Drink Festival he didn't have to search for long.

One of the exhibitors turned up to be guest on the Coffee Club - Phil's own brother Dave!

Phil Rostance's brother, Dave

Dave works for GreenThumb, a lawn treatment service which makes about 30,000 treatment visits across Wirral each year.

The brothers talked about grass, moss, chafer grub, the perfect lawn, gift vouchers, lawn mowers, dogs on lawns, beer and - of course - coffee and 1980s music!

GreenThumb will be at Claremont Farm for the Wirral Food and Drink Festival at the Bank Holiday weekend - 26 and 27 August - to give tips on how to keep your lawn in tip top condition.

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