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News from 2016

And the Winner of the Autumn Photography Competition is….

And the Winner of the Autumn Photography Competition is….

22nd December, 2016 by

We’re delighted to announce the winner and runner-up for our 2016 Autumn Photography Competition!

The Hearth of the Matter… Warm Up to a Wood-Burning Stove this Winter

The Hearth of the Matter… Warm Up to a Wood-Burning Stove this Winter

20th December, 2016 by

Now that the temperature has dropped and the nights are closing in, the welcoming glow and crackle of logs burning in the hearth seem very appealing indeed. And what better way is there to warm up than by snuggling up in the comfort of your own home with a new wood burner?

Christmas Jumper Day

Christmas Jumper Day

16th December, 2016 by

Stylish and silly, traditional and funky, we’ve all got our favourite Christmas jumpers on today! But we’re not just being silly; we’re helping to raise money for a serious cause. By taking part in national Christmas Jumper Day, we are helping to support Save the Children’s efforts to ensure every child grows up healthy and happy.

Treat the tweets this Christmas!

Treat the tweets this Christmas!

13th December, 2016 by

With the festive season just around the corner, it’s the perfect time of year to treat those two turtle doves and their other feathered friends to some premium wild bird food!

O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree

O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree

1st December, 2016 by

There’s nothing that says Christmas like the sight and smell of a freshly-cut, pine-scented tree, placed as a focal point in your living room or to brighten up your garden and driveway! Grown in our very own woodland, Earnshaw’s Fencing Centres’ freshly-cut Norway spruce and Nordmann fir trees are ready and waiting for the bright lights of Christmas from early December onwards at our Midgley centre!

Christmas at Wentworth

Christmas at Wentworth

28th November, 2016 by

Here at Earnshaws Fencing Centres, we love Christmas! And the Escafeld Chorale ‘Here we come a-wassailing’ concert on Saturday, 3rd December at 7.30pm will be a true highlight of the festive period and a lovely opportunity for the local community to come together and enjoy a traditional Yuletide celebration.

Christmas is Round the Corner!

Christmas is Round the Corner!

21st November, 2016 by

In case the Christmas lights popping up in villages and town centres plus the advent of the John Lewis TV adverts have passed you by, Christmas is almost here!

Yorkshire in Bloom 2017 Entry Forms Now Available

Yorkshire in Bloom 2017 Entry Forms Now Available

11th November, 2016 by

Yorkshire in Bloom is a fantastic charity that encourages civic pride, community spirit and an interest in horticulture. It is responsible for organising the Britain in Bloom campaign across Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. The 2017 competition has been launched and the entry forms are now available.

Amazing Teak Sculptures at YSP!

Amazing Teak Sculptures at YSP!

2nd November, 2016 by

Imposing teak sculptures by one of the most accessible artists of his generation will remain on display at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, until December 2016.

Awesome Autumn Photography Competition

Awesome Autumn Photography Competition

25th October, 2016 by

Autumn seems to have come late this year but the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness has now arrived in all its photogenic glory. To celebrate the riot of colour, sunsets and misty mornings we are announcing our now annual Autumn Photography competition.

Earnshaws Staff Wear it Pink

Earnshaws Staff Wear it Pink

21st October, 2016 by

Today is Wear it Pink Day! Every year, Wear it Pink raises around £2 million for Breast Cancer Now, the UK’s largest breast cancer charity.

It’s National Poetry Day!

It’s National Poetry Day!

6th October, 2016 by

Today is National Poetry Day. Some of you may have heard the Prince of Wales this morning launching the event on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

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