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Chester Zoo Goes Wild For CEDEC Silver Footpath Gravel

Post date: 31 Aug, 2018

This summer, a series of outdoor creations have been on display at Chester Zoo’s first-ever large-scale gardens and science festival. CEDEC Silver footpath gravel features in the pheromone garden.


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Inverness Campus, A Place To Inspire: CED Commercial Project

Post date: 23 Oct, 2017

Thanks to a newly built communal space, the Inverness Campus is now a modern space for learning, leisure and commerce, the two campus spaces’ opened in May 2015 and consist of a multitude of different granites and paving patterns mainly supplied by the CED Stone Group Commercial Department.


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Hotel Transformation Using CED Natural Stone Wins ‘Best Commercial Project’ at Master Builder Awards

Post date: 28 Sep, 2017

A Northern Irish construction company has won a top industry award for their £2million redevelopment of the Silverbirch Hotel in Omagh, which used a brilliant range of different natural stone materials from CED Stone Group’s Ireland Depot.


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Unique Natural Stone Benches By CED Stone Group For Retail Sunderland High Street

Post date: 15 Sep, 2017

In Sunderland, High Street West is a pedestrianised street lined with small shops and cafés which recently benefited from a renovation with some new natural stone benches by CED Stone Group.


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Hotel’s Devastating Flood Damage Restored by Community Spirit

Post date: 05 Dec, 2016

In December 2015, disastrous events at Glenridding Hotel caused by Storm Desmond would in the days to come, bring together local residents and businesses in a show of community spirit.


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Looking Back: Dumfries House

Post date: 05 Aug, 2016

Set in 2,000 acres of land, Dumfries House is an 18th Century stately home situated in Cumnock, Scotland, back in 2014 CED Stone supplied ECCOgravel to the project.


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Explore a Garden of Magic and History at Hampton Court Palace

Post date: 01 Jun, 2016

On 5th May 2016, Historic Royal Palaces unveiled a new play garden for children: the Magic Garden, at Hampton Court Palace. The Magic Garden is a children’s play area designed to capture the magic, history and legends of the famous Tudor palace.


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Japanese Gardens with CED Stone Group

Post date: 18 Apr, 2016

There is no doubt that Japanese gardens are both beautiful and inspiring. Without being able to pinpoint one particular feature, they are also instantly recognisable.


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Rosslyn Chapel Revisited

Post date: 01 Oct, 2015

The Rosslyn Chapel, located a few miles south of Edinburgh, has been standing strong for centuries. Due to the prestige and history behind this building, we were thrilled to have a chance to work with and supply the Chapel with products for the car park and pedestrian areas helping to create a sustainable solution that work well with the historical building and its grounds.


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Over 350 Tonnes Of CED Rockery At Home In The World Garden

Post date: 28 Apr, 2013

CED Stone Group’s marketing team had the pleasure of visiting The World Garden at Lullingstone Castle this week and meeting up with modern-day ‘Plant Hunter’ Tom Hart Dyke.


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Putting British Stone Paving on the Map

Post date: 27 Jun, 2012

CED have been working in conjunction with the British Geological Survey for more than 2 years to facilitate the creation of the Geological Walk at the BGS headquarters in Keyworth, Nottingham and Thursday 21st June saw the launch of the completed path.


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From Amersham Building Site to London Zoo’s Penguin Home

Post date: 27 Aug, 2011

When CED’s director Giles Heap was called to a site to identify some golden coloured rocks, no-one could have guessed the interesting journey they would end up having.


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CED Stone supplies Mega boulders to Victoria Park

Post date: 27 Jul, 2011

Ambitious plans to revamp historic Victoria Park are under way. A £12 million refurbishment, the biggest investment since its creation in the 1840s, will see a programme of works to improve the park in the run-up to the Olympics.


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