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Manufacturers of quality greenhouses & garden buildings since the 1920’s


Historic greenhouses recreated or restored to their former glory


• Durable natural Western Red Cedar (FSC accredited) – hence very low maintenance


• Traditional designs to meet the needs of todays gardener


• Individually constructed to the highest standards


Pictures show the recently restored greenhouse for Winterbourne Botanic Garden, Birmingham


For further information please telephone or fax


01892 750247 or visit our website at: www.greenhouse.uk.net


… in the workshop Before restoration have you heard?


A veranda lets you enjoy the sights and sounds of your garden but with a sense of freedom you don’t get with a conservatory. Hear the birds, the laughter of family and friends, and the buzz of insects among the flowers… your garden feels more alive than ever.


t 0844 804 0160 w veranda-living.co.uk …and completed


WESTCLIFFE JOINERS


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• CURVED STRAIGHT • TRADITIONAL • CONTEMPORARY


TEL: 01274 876314 MOBILE: 07932 673712 FAX: 01274 851738


EMAIL: oliver@westcliffejoiners.co.uk www.westcliffejoiners.co.uk


PERSONALISED POSTBOXES & SIGNS A huge selection of house signs and post boxes. Handcrafted and personalised in lasting alloy. FREE COLOUR CATALOGUE - 01327 351561


Artisan www.rockartisansigns.co.uk


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