West Drayton display area near completion.

Construction of a new display area at our West Drayton depot is now well under way, designed in house to display our full range of products, from paving and setts to rockery and footpath gravels.

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This news posted on 27th Jul 2011

Hampton Court Flower Show 2011

Following on from previous years CED once again supplied a range of products to a number of gardens at The Hampton Court Flower Show.

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This news posted on 27th Jul 2011

CED supplies Mega boulders to Victoria Park

Ambitious plans to revamp historic Victoria Park are under way. A £12 million refurbishment, the biggest investment since its creation in the 1840s, will see a programme of works to improve the park in the run-up to the Olympics.

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This news posted on 27th Jul 2011

CEDEC® Footpath Gravel goes down well at Bali Landscape Show 2011

Our stand showcased a range of natural stone products, from paving to feature stones.  The ever impressive Cedagravel® was a great feature and we had a lot of enquiries from contractors interested in becoming recomended Cedagravel installers, however it was CEDEC® Footpath Gravel which stole the show and proved a real positive topic for discussion.

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This news posted on 27th Jul 2011

CED Ltd New Irish Depot

CED Ltd market leaders in the supply of natural stone now have a fully established and working depot in Ireland. The new branch of CED is based in Omagh and are currently developing a network of stockists to allow coverage of the whole of the North and Rebublic of Ireland.

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This news posted on 27th Apr 2011

CED Ltd wins contract to supply Yorkstone to Clissold House, Hackney

Hackney’s ambitious project to develop Clissold Park and restore the historic Clissold House continues to make good progress. Ced Ltd have been awarded the contract to supply Yorkstone for the hard landscaping area around the house. The park is a former country house and estate that was first opened to the public in 1889. Clissold House is of great historical importance and is a Grade II listed building.

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This news posted on 27th Mar 2011

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