Something different this week – Plastic fence on creosote posts at a local equestrian yard.
It will be good to see how the Tornado Centuar ￼fence stands the test of time. It is a fiddle to get up but looks to be a sturdy product.
We have been very busy and trying to complete various external works projects during the school holidays. It has been difficult to source the materials, to say the least.
However, this project at a local school near Shrewton was completed today – new Close Board fence, new and increased parking areas along with additional lighting. All ready for the new term.
A little fresh on Salisbury Plain today repairing fences around ancient burial grounds.
Old fences were in need of repair so we were asked to add new fence posts to the existing fences to prolong the life of them. In all approx. 1500m in two areas
Tristan drove the tracked post driver with Adam and Tad stapling the wire to the posts behind him.
A fence project to protect the lake providing disabled fishing at Tucking Mill Nr Bath. We used 6ft high wire mesh with gates to match and green 358 mesh around the sluice.
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Two different sets of security gates erected last week – sign of the times I am afraid.
One set for Cross Engineering in Devizes for Henry Timmis, and one for a new development site in Westbury.
Both sets 1.8m high and of galvanised metal.