Beth Bright holding winning trade stand trophy
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Our winning Melplash Show team

Written by Beth Bright

We’ve been at the Melplash Show for thirty years. We first had a stand back in 1987 when Margaret Thatcher was Prime Minister, hurricane force winds

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Goats go to The Melplash Show
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Countdown to The Melplash Show

Written by Beth Bright

The grass has been mowed, the weather looks good (fingers crossed) and we are all set for show time on Thursday 24 August. The Melplash Show

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Honiton Show

Written by Beth Bright

We attended the Honiton Show on Thursday 3rd August and were delighted to be placed 2nd in the trade stand competition.  A huge thank you to

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NSA Stand 2017
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NSA Sheep South West

Written by Beth Bright

We exhibited at the National Sheep Association (NSA) Sheep South West 2017 which was held near Tiverton on Tuesday.  All of our teams hard work paid

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Axe Vale Festival

Written by Beth Bright

Late notice but we will be exhibiting at the Axe Vale Show in Axminster this weekend. Saturday 10 am – 6 pm and Sunday 10 am

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John Bright staff behind bench
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Summer Shows

Written by Beth Bright

Come at visit us at the following shows this summer: Tuesday 20th June – NSA Sheep South West Wednesday 28th June – Golden Cup Open Day

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Post Length

Written by Beth Bright

When erecting a 4′ – 6′ high panel fence on wooden posts allow the post to be 3′ longer than the overall height of the fence.

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Timber Treatment

Written by Beth Bright

Use a wood preserver to treat any untreated softwood timber regularly.  We recommend Ronseal Preservers, Ensele is also a great product for sealing ends on Tanalised

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Hole Digging

Written by Beth Bright

Place the soil from digging holes on a heavy duty plastic sheet to protect the lawn.  It will make it much easier to get the soil

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Post Caps

Written by Beth Bright

Always use posts caps on upright posts to prevent water sitting in the ends of the timber grains.  It also makes the fence look ‘finished’!

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Seasonal Checks

Written by Beth Bright

Check fences and posts for any rot/damage in the early spring so if any repairs are needed no vegetation will get damaged in the process.

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