Castlecary join Legion

The CED Stone Landscape Scotland - Castlecary Depot have been working closely this year with new business Rough Castle Experiences on their exciting new venture - LEGION! The event, being held in Rough Castle Community Woodlands, once part of the great Roman Frontier, will see the woods come to life, illuminated with state of the art sound and light technology

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This news posted on 16th Dec 2018

Bound and Unbound Paving Construction: Using British Natural Stone Materials by Giles Heap

It is possible to have a bound paving system that is highly permeable, just as it is also possible to have an unbound (flexible) system that is impermeable, yet we still tend to associate permeability with unbound and bound with impermeable and this need not be the case.

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This news posted on 27th Nov 2018

CED Stone Group supports Horatio’s Garden, Stoke Mandeville

The 9th September 2018 saw the completion and opening of a very special garden. Horatio’s Garden at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.  We are so happy to have been invited to be part of this project and are very proud to have been a sponsor. This beautiful garden, we know, will benefit patients and visitors for many years to come.

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This news posted on 1st Oct 2018

CED Stone Group celebrates 40 years

Over the last four decades, we’ve worked hard to stay at the forefront of the landscape industry and fulfil the needs of an ever-changing market. My father, Michael Heap, founded CED in it’s present guise back in 1978. There was no company like CED in the UK - nobody else supplied unusual or special stone materials like we did. Quite simply, CED led the way. In some respects, other companies in the market have copied us here and there – but nobody offers the whole range of hard landscaping… Continue reading ...

This news posted on 26th Sep 2018

Using British Stone - by CED Stone Group Managing Director Giles Heap

We all know that the UK currently imports huge amounts of stone from China and India. Interestingly though, for commercial and public realm projects, we are seeing more and more clients choose European stone over Indian or Chinese stone despite the higher associated costs. Why? More often than not this is simply because quality European stone from countries like Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany and France can be imported with quicker lead times.

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This news posted on 31st Aug 2018

Chester Zoo Goes Wild For CEDEC Silver Footpath Gravel In The Wild Worlds Garden Festival

The CED Stone Landscape North West – Corfe Depot team have been working closely with local award-winning landscaping company Landstruction, whose private and commercial operations cover North Wales and the of the North of England. Design and Construction Manager Tom Bannister initially contacted the depot as they needed some advice for one rather fragrant garden…

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This news posted on 31st Aug 2018

Our Approach To Ethical Trading - by Guest Blogger Calum Fraser, CED’s Commercial Division Director

As one of the leading stone companies in the UK’s landscaping industry, we consider it our duty and responsibility to conduct our business in an ethical manner, a value that we prioritise across the board at CED Stone Group. We dedicate a lot of time and resources to monitor and map our worker factories and then act to remedy and improve ethical sourcing issues.

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This news posted on 17th Aug 2018

CED Stone Group Is Going Global! Introducing Our New Division; CED North America Inc.

It’s an exciting time for us at the moment, as we announce that our CED Stone Commercial division is growing and expanding into new overseas territories! Our newly established CED Stone North America Inc. will supply natural stone and hard landscaping products to public, commercial, trafficked and pedestrian landscape projects in the Canadian and North American markets.

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This news posted on 19th Jul 2018

RHS Hampton Court Flower Show 2018 - Sponsored Gardens - Part Two

Following on from our previous RHS Hampton Court Flower Show post, we take a look at the next round-up of RHS Hampton Court Flower Show gardens that have used our products…

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This news posted on 5th Jul 2018

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