Visit our Beautiful West Yorkshire Centre Soon
Looking for a great range of timber fencing
, garden sheds
, garden furniture
and landscaping ideas on display close to Wakefield and Huddersfield? Then visit our West Yorkshire Centre at Midgley – you will love the unique and peaceful location, close to the M1. It’s a one-stop shop for gardening and landscaping enthusiasts.
We are the North’s leading supplier of garden fencing and we know our timber!
Each of our three centres features extensive and imaginative displays for you to browse at your leisure. In addition, you can view our carefully selected seasonal ranges of gardeners’ gifts, garden art, stone ornaments, planters, troughs, chimeneas and fire pits.
There is something for everyone, all year round.
Garden cabins are a speciality and we can design and build a fully bespoke garden room from scratch – the only limit is your imagination and we have several displays at Midgley to inspire you.
A broad range of landscaping materials are in stock – all available for delivery in bulk.
For paths and borders, we have a variety of log rolls and paving options and for flower beds, we have forest mulch and bark chippings. For screening, choose from two sizes of woven willow panels.
Our decorative aggregates and gravel include Cotswold chippings, Portland pebbles and Pea gravel. For smaller gardens, we have a range of artificial grass and planters which make perfect window boxes.
Midgley is the location of the historical sawmill first opened by our founder, Job Earnshaw, over 150 years ago, and bespoke gates are still made to order by our own craftsmen on-site.
More than just a fencing centre.
As well as catering for all your gardening needs, our Midgley centre is home to the Little Acorn coffee stop and two fascinating woodland walks!
The Little Acorn, our vintage horse box turned cafe, serves a variety of hot and cold food and drink daily, including gluten-free and vegan options.
And for the adventurers among us, we have two nature trails of differing lengths for you to explore, with historical facts about the area dotted throughout.
Why not drop in and see what we’re all about?