Case Study: Cheshire Retirement Livery

Cheshire Retirement Livery

Cheshire Retirement Livery are located in the beautiful countryside in Betley, Cheshire, with stunning views surrounding their farm. Owned and run by both David and Jane Berrisford, Cheshire Retirement Livery has been going since early 2011. The farm takes care of over 140 retired horses; whether old race horses or older pets which now need […]

Cat & Fiddle 55-mile Cycle Challenge 2019

Cystic Fibrosis Trust

On Sunday 15th September 2019, Darren (Transport Manager), Bobbie (Office Assistant) and Kelly (Senior Estimator), will be completing the Cat & Fiddle 55-mile Cycle Challenge in Stoke-on-Trent. We sound exhausted just mentioning it, let alone them partaking in it! Many of you may know Darren as the guy behind the arrival of your steel frame […]

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GHC Facebook Competition - July 2019

We love running giveaways over on our Facebook page. You’ll often find us giving away free tickets to upcoming shows we’re attending, but this time, we’re offering something much bigger! We’re offering one lucky winner the chance to pick their prize, from six fantastic prizes we’ve hand-picked. You could have your chance of winning one […]

Introducing HIGHLIGHT Cladding: For Natural Ventilation & Light

Marwood Arena Case Study

When enquiring about a steel frame building from ourselves, our team walk you through every element of a building to discuss what you’re after. From the all-important ‘paint or galvanised?’, through to the finer details such as guttering – our team ensure they have all the information they need to quote you for a building […]

Case Study: Penycoed Riding Arena in Oswestry

Penycoed Riding Arena

Yet another case study is here for your enjoyment. We like to team up with willing customers once their building is complete, to provide our audience i.e. you, with more background information into their project; why they chose that particular building, what their goals were, more about their chosen materials and then of course, why […]