Projects

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

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

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

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. The team from Lowry Building & Civil Engineering were presented with the highly coveted ‘Best Commercial Project in the UK’… Continue reading ...

This news posted on 28th Sep 2017

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

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

The UK is a nation of shoppers, with high street brands and independent retail businesses occupying a large and vital part of the UK economy. 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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This news posted on 15th Sep 2017

Hotel’s Devastating Flood Damage Restored by Community Spirit

For most holiday-makers, thoughts of site-seeing, activities for the day and the weather outside are the hot topics for breakfast conversation. The biggest worries are usually whether we need to take a raincoat and if our youngest child is now tall enough to go to the one place in the bundle of leaflets left in the hotel reception that everybody actually agreed upon. After of course, the obligatory squabbles, temper tantrums and the changing of minds one hundred times.

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This news posted on 5th Dec 2016

Looking Back: Dumfries House

Set in 2,000 acres of land, Dumfries House is an 18th Century stately home situated in Cumnock, Scotland.  Cited as one of Britain’s most beautiful, it houses an unrivalled collection of original furniture, including that of Thomas Chippendale.

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This news posted on 5th Aug 2016

Explore a Garden of Magic and History at Hampton Court Palace

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.

Cited as Henry VIII’s ‘Pleasure Palace’, the garden aims to recreate history across its themed sections, including a ‘wild wood’ which represents Henry’s love of hunting, five towers to explore and besiege… Continue reading ...

This news posted on 1st Jun 2016

Japanese Gardens with CED Stone Group

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.

With stock ranging from feature stones and boulders to aggregates and bespoke, we are in the ideal position to supply to Japanese gardens. With a long running history with the Japanese Garden Society, particularly our Chairman, Michael Heap, we have come to understand the needs of natural stone within these outstandingly… Continue reading ...

This news posted on 18th Apr 2016

Rosslyn Chapel Revisited

The Rosslyn Chapel, located a few miles south of Edinburgh, has been standing strong for centuries. Founded by Sir William St Clair, this historic construction took almost 40 years to complete. The building is made of a Gothic architecture and is covered in beautiful carvings. It is truly a marvelous sight to see, which is why it attracts travelers from all around the world who come to witness the beauty of the building and learn its history.

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This news posted on 1st Oct 2015

The World Garden

CED’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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This news posted on 28th Apr 2013

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