Monthly Archives: November 2015

In 2015…

So this year we have decided to take a step towards the digital age, starting out on Twitter where you can follow us @fence_stores, we also are promoting our Facebook page @Fence Stores Ltd. However we are still running things the traditional way as well with paper brochures we can send out to you in the post if you wish!

Next the plan is to get some videos of our sheds and cabins on here for you… With this we should be able to run you through exactly how to paint, make, erect and look after everything that you have purchased from us!

In 2014

In 2014 it was another busy year, in May the directors cycled from London to Brussells raising money for various ride 3
We sponsored the match ball for the Exeter Chiefs in the year that saw them rise to premiership!IMAG0793

In 2013…

In 2013 we opened the newest branch in Cowley, Oxford. Which although a compact site offers both a cabin display area, as well as the fencing centre side of the business…oxford

In 2010…

In 2010 we helped to sponsor the Ivel Barbarians charity fund raising day for Help the Heroes.
The Ivel Barbarians ground was used as one of the four stopovers in The ‘Great British Bike Ride’ which raised over £1,000,000 for charity’s such as Help for Heroes, RFU Injured Players Foundation and many more.

On the 23rd of November 2010 we sponsored the AFC Bournemouth v Yeovil Town football game, as you can imagine it was an interesting match for us with mixed support from the two branches!afc-bournemouth

In May 2010 Fences Stores opened its latest branch down in Devon, which was both a cabin display site as well as a fencing centre branch!devon

In 2009…

In 2009 our Yeovil Branch won Yeovil in Bloom with the fabulous display that could been seen throughout the cabin display site.yeovil in bloom2
Our Yeovil branch then goes onto win it in 2010 and 2011!
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In 2004…

Steve Randall (a company Director) trekked to the base camp of Everest and in the process raised £8000 for the charity Scope. Everest
The base camp is 5364m / 17598ft high, which if it was laid flat would need to 2933 fence panels to cover the distance!