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Trafalgar Square, London: Lanterns & Columns
Whitehall columns for security
St Catharine's College, Cambridge: Lamppost & Lantern
Downing Street, London: Columns
Victorian Cast Iron Lampposts & Pedestals
Royal Wolferton, Norfolk: Lanterns
Victorian Lanterns: Standard & Bespoke
Signage: Name Plates & Plaques
House Entrance, Garden Gates & Railings
Bespoke Cast Iron Work
Kenwood House Boundary Marker
Cast Iron Kerbing
Cast Iron Letter Boxes
Church Iron Gates, Railings, Lanterns.& Plaques
Church Floor Grilles [Heating]
Warboys Village, Cambridgeshire: Queen Victoria 1897 Jubilee
Warboys Village, Cambridgeshire: Millennium Project
Western Park Sheffield
St Ives, Cambridgeshire: Cattle Market Restoration
Refurbishment Projects
Cambridge Park & Town Benches
St Ives, Cambridgeshire: Oliver Cromwell Monument
Measteg Town Bridgend Wales
Drinking Fountain & Pump Supply
Cambridge City Victoria Bridge Restoration
28ft Colonial & Bandstand
Hanging Basket Columns
Police Lanterns
Finger Posts Directional Signs
Traffic.& Pedestrian Bollards
Lectern In Stainless Steel
Village Signs
Information Panels
Weather Vanes

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Refurbishment Projects

Restoration Page of St Ives Cattle Market

Restoration of Warboys Tri-Arm Column

The Old Victorian Village Pump in Houghton, Cambs.
Houghton Village Hand Pump
Removed, refurbished and reinstated, with the addition of Hampton Court railings to prevent cars from damaging this valuable & Historic village Pump

This Village pump was the RR of pumps for its time, as the Village was middle class and is still today.

Refurbisded Halstead Lantern Halstead Lantern On Monument
Halstead Gas lantern completely refurbished and new electrics (on the Town Monument)
70 w son / e - 70 Lux PEC.

Brass Plaque
The removal of the name, Percy Cox Leicester Regiment, from the "Parish Church" in Willingham March Cambridgeshire

See below whom was thought to have died in battle in the First World War. Apparently he removed the dog tag off a dead Australian soldier and returned to live in Australia. Mr Cox returned to the Village in 1995 for reasons unknown, however it wasn't the welcome he anticipated as the community felt a mixture of betrayal for the lack of honour to his fallen comrades


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