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Just out of curiosity does anyone buy there materials from McVeigh Parker ? Only ask as I'm about to open a new branch in Scotland for them.


Yup thats all close board from McVeigh Parker, Headcorn depot.


Always had good service and quality of product from there :thumbup1:

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Seem to have deleted most of my mine off pc but first one is some oak post and rail done back in september and other is post and railing for a cattle chase, all the posts were 8ft 6-7's every 6ft under trees alongside a concrete track just to mak it interesting :001_cool:



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Not been on for a while so didn't realise we had a landscaping section... Happy days!


On a new laptop now but will get some loaded up, been fencing for 20 years so I have one or two....

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Here's some railing I did this week, It's just a yard to put cattle in so nothing fancy, but strong. it's all oak that I fell and got milled and oak post put in with digger plus a couple of tanalised post.




Looks good bet that will last a few years :thumbup:

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