On 15th & 16th June at Chrishall Grange, Cambridgeshire, we will be joining over 25,000 farmers, agronomists and industry professionals at CEREALS 2016. Giving farmers the opportunity to get orders placed in time for the winter months, our team will be on hand to offer advice on the best agricultural building solutions. We will also […]
We’re extremely proud to announce that we are one of the lead sponsors for the 5 Nations Cycle Challenge 2016. The challenge will see six novice cyclists carry out of 520-mile journey over 48 hours starting from Wrenbury, home to Graham Heath Construction HQ, on Saturday 18th June. Founder, Graham Heath, comments: “We are incredibly […]
This year’s LAMMA show was the biggest ever with over 40,000 onsite over the two days. With over 1,000,000 sq ft of net exhibition space, and free to enter, it is said to be the biggest annual trade show in the UK. Graham Heath Construction customers new and old, showed up to make enquiries or […]
Planning for harvest is a lot like planning for Christmas. You spend months preparing, sewing, growing and harvesting and then once it’s complete, the process must begin again. With many crops taking some 11 months to grow, it is essential that all of that hard work is followed through by providing the perfect storage solution. […]
The renewable heating industry has been warned that the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) is expected to end on 1st April 2016. This means that it’s effectively now or never for any business or individual looking to secure the highly lucrative RHI payments for the next 20 years.
Sponsored by Graham Heath Construction for many years, Micky Heath is a self-confessed racing addict. Beginning his racing career in 2010, it wasn’t long before he was winning numerous races. After watching Micky race in 2012 at Oulton Park, his brother, Graham Heath, saw his potential and the long-standing sponsorship began.
Running a farm sure isn’t cheap, and with energy bills constantly creeping up it’s no wonder farmers are looking for ways to run their farms more efficiently. Luckily there are lots of ways to not only save, but also make money as you spend it on your farm building.