100
Fix Image
Default Header


Decorative products




Cotswold Chippings


Description:

A rounded Cotswold limestone shingle, not as hard as Anglian flint shingle but gives a very pleasing Cotswold type finish

Grade:

6mm pea-shingle and 20mm

Suitable for:

Paths and driveways

Available at:

Faringdon



Speak to a member of our aggregates team regarding samples, grading analysis, prices, or to request a brochure, please contact the Grundon aggregates sales office on 01491 834 311


Contact Us Now


Tel: 01491 834 311
Email: aggregates@grundon.com









Privacy •  Privacy   •   Terms and Conditions   •   Site Map   •   Cookies   •   Company Info


Latest news






Customer Service


We believe that our customers should be highly satisfied with the service they receive. To deliver this service we listen carefully to the specific requirements and commercial needs.
We work at all times to provide the best available solutions,taking into account the need to ensure that our customers are fully compliant with all relevant legislation. We strive to get it right first time, every time.


Get Social


         









Twitter Feed






Grundon commits to net zero vehicle emissions for fourth consecutive year
Grundon Waste Management has committed to reducing all greenhouse gas emissions from its vehicles to net zero for 2017. By extending its highly ...
Date:   13 Mar 2017

Case Study: The Bear-at-Home slims down a weighty waste problem
In the small Oxfordshire village of North Moreton, Patrick Marples, landlord and owner of The Bear-at-Home pub, was struggling with a level of hea...
Date:   20 Mar 2017

Carbon8 helps Lakeside EfW facility achieve 18 months’ zero waste to landfill
A pioneering arrangement between Carbon8 Aggregates and the Lakeside Energy from Waste (EfW) facility at Colnbrook in Berkshire, has seen the EfW ...
Date:   22 Mar 2017

Case Study: The Pirbright Institute - Biosafety is key to lab clean-up demands
The Pirbright Institute in Surrey is a world leading centre of excellence in the research and surveillance of virus diseases that affect livestock...
Date:   06 Mar 2017