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    Replica Louvers for Food Museum

    The run of interesting jobs in our customer joinery workshop continues. In recent months our craftsmen have created a magnificent set of tapered portico columns, a 15m solid oak footbridge and now replica arched louver frames for the Food Museum. The frames form part of our restoration and refurbishment of the old stable block at…
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    Building Bridges

    Our new oak footbridge is now emerging from the reads at the Food Museum, Stowmarket. Having spent several weeks taking shape in the hands of our talented bespoke joinery team in Marlesford it is now being installed in its permanent home at the Food Museum. Our construction team are working aboard a floating raft as…
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    ‘Workshop Experience’ Easter Dates

    Booking has opened for our two 'Workshop Experience' sessions for primary school-aged children this East holidays. This time the young participants will be making a wooden planter to take home. The parent/carer and child sessions take place in our professional joinery workshop and last about 1hr with all materials provided. The sessions will take place…
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    New footbridge for Food Museum

    One of our ongoing projects for The Food Museum at Stowmarket is a particularly interesting job. To construct a footbridge that will, for the first time, open up its beautiful Grade II Fishing Lodge to its visitors. The bridge will be constructed in oak by our bespoke joinery workshop. Interestingly, it will be built upside…
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    From Post to Pillar

    Our bespoke joinery workshop creates the kind of custom fixtures and fittings that give a project a distinctive character. There is a great example in the workshop at the moment where our craftsmen are creating two bespoke portico pillars for one of our projects. The pillars are each made from 12 pieces of the sustainable…
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    New apprentice starts with Stowe

    For our new joinery apprentice, it is the bits you don't see that bring him the most satisfaction. "I love how two pieces of wood can be joined in a way that is strong but hidden from view" says Ben who lives in Nacton. Having previously joined us on placement from his Level 1 & 2…
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    Join Us Joiners!

    Our in-house joinery service forms a key part of our construction offer our projects with the handmade furniture and fittings which help give them a distinct identity. Demand is increasing so we are now seeking another experienced joiner to join our team. We are offering excellent terms for the right candidate. Please see our Recruitment…
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    Eight Luxury Holiday Lodges Completed

    We have recently handed over a development of eight new holiday lodges. This has been a 'stand-out' project for us having started with literally a green field site and built the entire project from the drainage and roads to the doors, windows, beds and basins. You can read about the project and view lots more…
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    Introducing Mick – one of our Joiners

    On-site I was called a Chippy but now I am in the workshop full-time I am a Joiner. Whereas on-site, I’d be fitting skirting boards and architraves and hanging doors, in the workshop I’m making bespoke kitchens, doors and window frames, and whatever is needed. I mainly work in pine and oak and sometimes oak…
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    Fifty Oak Frames

    Our new joinery workshop is busy making nearly fifty handmade oak window frames for one of our construction projects. Built of high-grade English oak to our own design, the frames will be installed in the holiday chalets we are building for the prestigious wedding venue Easton Grange.  Although we have always taken pride in our…