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Huws Gray buys J E Fuller as part of southern expansion


Independent builders merchants Huws Gray Group has bought J E Fuller, in Clacton, Essex, completing the next phase of its ambitious expansion plan. J E Fuller operates from a single site in Clacton that it has occupied since the 1950s. The business has been run by the Fuller family since …

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Ridgeons rewards loyal colleagues with Long Service Awards

Ridgeons Long Service Awards 2018 pic 1

The Ridgeon Group, which is one of the UK’s largest independent Timber and Builders Merchants, recently held its Long Service Awards to celebrate 67 colleagues who have dedicated a total of 860 years to the company. Taking place at the head office in Pampisford, Cambridgeshire, on 13th and 14th June, …

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Ridgeons  raise £3,700 for EACH during Children’s Hospice Week

Ridgeons branches raising money for EACH

Ridgeons, the timber and builders’ merchants, raised almost £3,700 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) during Children’s Hospice Week in the last week of May. Colleagues at 14 Ridgeons branches across Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk organised their own fundraising activities including bake sales, raffles, a 30km ‘treadmill challenge’ and …

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Ridgeons sponsors GoGoHares

Ridgeons GoGoHares

Ridgeons has announced it is supporting Norwich’s charity public art trail GoGoHares this summer, as their official logistics partner. One of Norfolk’s newest and biggest tourist attractions, the large-scale contemporary art extravaganza sees 50 hare-shaped masterpieces placed around some of Norwich’s biggest and most historic landmarks for families, tourists and …

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Ridgeons kits out team for 78 mile stadium walk

Luke Claxton and his team after completing the walk at the Emirates Stadium

The St Ives branch of timber and builders’ merchants Ridgeons kitted out a group of fundraisers for a 78-mile charity walk around 13 London league football stadiums. Their walk (from 12th-14th April) was in aid of children’s cancer charity, CLIC Sargent. Luke Claxton, who started fundraising after the death of …

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