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by Paul Biddulph MANAGING DIRECTOR The Old Forge


Why choose ‘The Old Forge’?


Virtually anything in iron or steel can be made to order by Paul Biddulph and his team of craftsmen at the Old Forge in Trinity. Situated on Route D`Ebenezer the workshops have been home to a Forge for several generations and The Old Forge has occupied the site since 1970.


The company specializes in wrought iron and the craftsmen provide a customised service


from the initial design to the installation of the finished garden or driveway gates, balustrades, gazebos, spiral staircases, arches etc. To make life easier for customers, a vast range of wrought iron components are now available enabling complex designs to be manufactured at an economic cost.


However Mr. Biddulph and his team like nothing more than firing up the forge in order to


create unique orders to suit customers’ exact requirements. Stainless steel balustrade systems are also available from The Forge.


Fire baskets are also a popular item, and The Old Forge can supply the Kingsworthy range of fireplace components, companion sets, fenders and firebacks. But an unusual or non standard fire is not a problem because they can make one to measure.


Commercial clients are also well catered for and many office blocks, flats, housing developments and States of Jersey projects have employed The Old Forge as their metalwork supplier. Small builders also look to the company for the supply of structural beams and other metal items.


Why choose The Old Forge? Well we are a small company which takes pride in looking after its customers. The company also has many years experience in the marketplace, so they are used to dealing with customers’ unusual and


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