Mr M of Petersfield Hants GU32. Platinum 8×6 Apex “Portsmouth” Garden Shed – ★★★★★ Star Review
Feedback: Reliable friendly service
Response: Thanks for your comments. I’m pleased that you are happy with your new garden shed direct from us. Being a family business we always strive to be reliable. If we can help in the future with any garden storage sheds please let me know. Regards, Robin
Make us your 1st Choice and buy your Garden Sheds, Summer Houses, Timber Workshops, Log Cabins and Concrete Garages Direct from our Display Site Now for Delivery to Petersfield – Finest Selection of Garden Buildings
With over thirty nine years experience in the garden & leisure building industry we can easily spot the difference between a good quality building and an exceptional one and we positively refuse to lower our standards. You can find cheaper buildings but you won’t find better for delivery to Petersfield. All of our partners have been carefully chosen to offer the finest selection of buildings, with the best after-sales service, at the very best prices.
Comprehensive Display Site not Far from Petersfield For Viewing
We believe that it is vital that you are given the opportunity to inspect a building before parting with your so we have established easily-accessible display sites near Guildford in Surrey which is not too far away where you can come and view eighty buildings from all of our main ranges of buildings. You can browse at your leisure without worrying about any high pressure salesmen pouncing on you (not that we would employ that type in any case!). If you need any help then we are there to advise.
Directions Available Above For You
The above map will give you directions from Petersfield to our display sites where you can our range of timber workshops, concrete garages, summerhouses, log cabins and garden sheds.
Full installation (Erection) Service Included **
Our full range of timber (not log cabins) and concrete buildings will be installed free of charge at the time of delivery providing there is a suitable base. And if there isn’t, don’t worry, we can build that for you too for a small extra charge. Optional fitting service for log cabins.
Experts in garden sheds & buildings in timber, metal, plastic & concrete. And so much more so take a small drive and come and see us.
It makes me wonder why our poor garden sheds tend to be at risk at the front of a war between ex-partners trying to score points against each other or at the risk of nearby bonfires. Two men, Raymond Bardsley and Alan Smith who were drunk have appeared in court charged for throwing Smith’s ex-partners outdoor garden sheds onto a bonfire. The court in Teesside listened about their escapades of the two men who had been out drinking in their local public house in Stockton and Billingham.
Robin Turton, the court prosecutor, told the court that Bardsley and Smith had made their way to the garden in Malvern Drive, Billingham, home of Clare Ferguson, who was Smith’s ex-partner. He went on to say that a bonfire had been set up, but Smith and Bardsley threw parts of Miss Ferguson’s shed on top of their bonfire setting light to it. The garden shed had been blown apart by recent high winds so was not a very good state anyway.
Mr Turton continued explaining that Miss Ferguson, having seen the blaze from her window called the fire brigade. The fire was only about 25 metres from her home. Smith was alleged to have admitted that he was just having a fire. Bardsley, who was 24 and from Thornaby, and Smith, aged 36 form Stockton, admitted their guilt in the arson attack.
Brian Mark, who was defending Smith, said that Miss Smith, listening at the court hearing, was concerned about the reasons for this arson case as she and her ex-partner have previously been on good terms and were congenial with each other. This made it even more of a mystery as to why Smith was involved with this crime.
Duncan McReddie, the solicitor acting for Bardsley pleaded that Mr Bardsley had a proper degree of insight into his conduct that day. He claimed that Bardsley was not a pyromaniac and was in fact reckless in adding the shed to the bonfire which he had already built. This could seem to be a case of too much beer marring his judgement.
Tony Briggs, presiding at Teesside Court judged that a 12 month supervised community order for both men was appropriate with Smith also requiring an added alcohol treatment for those problems.
Whilst the use of alcohol was the driving cause behind this silly story, it seems that the poor garden sheds (hopefully not yours in Petersfield Hampshire) are the butt of many releasing of tension between ex-partners. There’s no logic in this but I suspect that Smith and Bardsley will be a little more careful in future.