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Decorative Aggregates

Decorative Aggregates

As a leading supplier to the landscaping sector, at Grundon we recognise your desire to create landscapes that are beautiful yet practical, aesthetically pleasing yet durable.

We have refined our product portfolio to ensure that we offer you and your customers the finest hard landscaping materials available.

Decorative Products

Chippings and Shingles

Our Anglian shingle is a very blue grey hard flint ideal for decorative garden water features, walls and cobble pave.

Our very popular Cotswold shingle is not as hard as an Anglian flint shingle, but its rounded limestone shape it gives a very pleasing Cotswold type finish.

Golden shingle is an extremely hard naturally occurring stone, both versatile and durable. We leave it uncrushed - washing and screening it to produce a popular product used in land drainage, driveways, pathways and decorative areas around buildings.

A popular flint product is our Moonstone shingle, which is black and white in colour and also available in a variety of grades.

Grundon produces both Cotswold chippings which are a creamy white crushed limestone and Old English chippings, which are often used as a harder alternative to the Cotswold Shingle.

Rockery Stone

Coxwell rockery stone and boulders are available in various sizes, from small to very large. We produce 100-200mm Gabion stone and Coxwell rockery stone from our Faringdon quarry, which can be broken down so it is manageable for one or two people to manoeuvre.

Whilst some boulders are rounded, others come in a variety of shapes and sizes, all of which are buff in colour. A feature of our rockery stone is its very rough, coarse surface, which weathers quickly, providing a beautifully natural finish which is not susceptible to frost. This material is stocked at our Frith End and Faringdon quarries.


Grundon Anglian cobble and pebbles are a rounded, very hard naturally occurring flint. It is washed, screened and available as mixed cobbles or in sizes of 12, 20 and 40mm. In East Anglia these cobbles are used extensively for cobble walling, houses, churches and paving - an art which goes back centuries.

Cobbles and pebbles are also used for water features, decorative areas in gardens, and public pedestrian areas. These cobbles and pebbles are also stocked at Faringdon quarry to service the open door policy of the general public.

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

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Email: aggregates@grundon.com

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