Visitors learning about The Curve
A Kent fencing company will be showcasing its new ‘outdoor room’ across the country this summer.
Jacksons Fencing, based at Stowting Common, has launched The Curve as part of its garden shelter range.
Guests including a party of French landscaping professionals and customers were last week served cream teas during a reception held inside the new structure at the firm’s headquarters. The shelter arches from the ground and is made from pressuretreated softwood with a clear, polycarbonate sheet roof. It is installed either as a standalone structure or as a home extension.
The company will be showcasing The Curve in June at the Royal Bath and West Show and Cheshire County Show, and at the Kent County Show, on June 8 and 9.
Jacksons Fencing was founded in Kent in 1947 and also operates from Bath and Chester, employing more than 240 people in the design, manufacture and installation of timber and steel fencing, gates, environmental noise barriers, bollards, automation and access control systems. For more information go to www.jacksons-fencing.co.uk
Visiting French landscape gardeners and local installers have cream tea in The Curve