Vis­i­tors learn­ing about The Curve

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Kent Business Update -

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-fenc­

Pic­tures: Gary Browne FM4355252/FM4355258 Buy pic­tures from ken­ton­

Vis­it­ing French land­scape gar­den­ers and lo­cal in­stall­ers have cream tea in The Curve

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