Timber fencing: naturally

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 landscape as it was when the wood was still a tree. It will last for years: Redwood posts and kicker boards are treated to User Class 4 and the Spruce rails which sit in nice contrast to the posts are treated to User Class 3.

The fencing is at Mellington Hall Hotel and Holiday Home Park which stands in a magnificent setting very close to Offa’s Dyke in Powys, mid Wales.

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