Fencing News Blog

Business as usual – Ground Control initiates remote working policy

– escalating coronavirus crisis sees Ground Control introduce work-from-home policy for all staff – proactive decision reduces workers’ exposure to the virus – resourced & tested continuity plans ensures services will be delivered to usual high standards As the extent and impact of the coronavirus continues to grow, Ground Control has introduced a work-for-home policy […]Read More

UP THE GARDEN PATH – March

Louise Tomlin takes a look at garden related topics.This time she’s picked four of her favourite plants for you to try growing this year. Happy New Year and welcome to 2020 We’re not only in a new year but a brand new decade, which hopefully will mean we are all full of positive energy and that […]Read More

STIRLING DUO BOW OUT AFTER 77 YEARS

David and Dorothy Sulman, well known to many in the timber trade, recently announced their retirement from the Confederation of Forest Industries (Confor), after combined service in the timber trade of 77 years. David Sulman joined the timber trade in 1979, as a Technical Trainee with Mallinson-Denny Ltd in London and underwent training at various […]Read More

IN THE HOTSEAT NAOMI PARFITT

IN THE HOTSEAT NAOMI PARFITT Married/Children? I had my dream wedding in Croatia and have a son who works with us. Position/Company: Shareholder – Timber Field Trading Previous Employment: Before I started working in the Timber Industry I used to work at Black Horse Finance, I was Manager of a branch in South Yorkshire for 5 […]Read More

PROFENCER EASES THE WAY FOR RADLEY FENCING

It’s just over four years since Steve Radley of Dorset-based Radley Fencing & Landscaping saw an advert for Profencer in Fencing & Landscaping News. Since then Steve has used it on many agricultural stock fencing contracts and it’s still going strong! Steve, who has been fencing and landscaping for almost two decades, carries out agricultural […]Read More