We were very pleased recently to co-sponsor (with Euroforest) the Forestry Industry Mountain Bike Challenge, even more pleased to take part with two teams from Ransfords, and simply delighted to take first and second place. The challenge involved seven timed stages on a 14 mile course at Llendegla in Wales – pretty gruelling stuff against… Read more »
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We’ve been using timber fencing in rural settings since Adam was a lad and this picture demonstrates why. On the left a major new extension to an existing holiday home park, on the right open countryside with sheep safely grazing. In the middle, Great British Timber fencing which is as much a part of the… Read more »
Less than 6 months since it became fully operational, this is the 500th load of timber being sent into our new fully automated Timber Treatment Centre, one of the most advanced of its kind in the UK. Built at a cost of £2.75 million, the new facility has dramatically increased the efficiency of our treatment… Read more »
It is 41 years to the day since the Evans Family of Bishop’s Castle stepped in to save the sawmill from bankruptcy. Alan Evans and his older brother Brian bought the mill for just £100 but along with the mill came £1.5 million of debts to the bank and trade creditors. Every penny of that… Read more »
JJL Design and Build has developed a reputation for providing a high quality full turnkey construction service for blue chip industrial and commercial clients across the UK. The company was founded in 2004, to combine proven expertise with a proactive approach to the design and delivery of new builds, fit-outs and refurbishment projects in a… Read more »
Is there a sight more pleasing than a well made British timber building sitting in the British countryside? We don’t think so. Timber is the original building material and it fits perfectly into rural surroundings like this – so much so that within weeks it will look as though it’s always been there. It has… Read more »
As we’ve already reported, we’ve had a really brisk start to 2019 and April is looking to be no exception. These seven trailers are all fully loaded with treated and untreated fencing and some untreated cladding ready for despatch to projects near and far. A great start to April for Great British Timber!
After a really busy January and February here’s a cracking start to March as we load 7 trucks today for Monday delivery. This one is being loaded by Martin Jones with redwood posts all either pointed or weather topped. Fantastic!
Work on improving the A465 or the Heads of the Valleys Road was first mooted as long ago as 1990 but not started until 2005. Almost 30 years after the need for improvement was indentified, it’s great to see this remarkable engineering project getting closer to final completion – and it’s good to be a… Read more »
This sequence shows untreated timber being loaded outside the new Centre then being moved across the floor towards the autoclave. As the untreated timber enters the autoclave a treated load which has been ejected earlier and left to drain is moved back across the floor to exit and then be stacked prior to delivery to the… Read more »