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Common FAQ's

  • What size gravel should I use for pathways and drives?
  • What size gravel should I use for pathways and drives?

    The most common sizes we supply are 10mm and 20mm gravel. 10mm is usually best for pathways, as it is easy to walk on. The 20mm is best for drives, because the smaller 10mm gravel may get into the treads of car tyres.

  • How much gravel do I need to buy?
  • How much gravel do I need to buy?

    Gravel is calculated by volume. As a guide, 30 sq meters, to a depth of 25 mm (1 inch), will require 1 tonne of gravel.

  • Does the price include delivery?
  • Does the price include delivery?

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HOW TO ORDER

Key People

John Smith is the company's Chairman, having been Chief Executive up to his retirement in 1998.


Having served in the group all his working life, John is the link between the founders of the company, and the current generation of the family now managing the business.

 

 

 

 

Simon Smith is the Joint Managing Director of the company with responsibilities for Production, Estates, Farming and Health & Safety.

With previous experience in the ready mixed concrete industry, Simon joined the company in 1989, becoming Joint MD on his father's retirement in 1998

 

 

 

 

Andrew Smith is Joint Managing Director of the company with responsibilities for Finance, Sales, Haulage, Construction and Fishing.

Andrew joined the company in 1989, with an accountancy background, taking up his current position on his uncle's retirement.

 

 

 

Alfie Saunders is the company's Sales Manager, responsible for the sales of the company's products, and distribution by the company's haulage fleet.

Alfie has worked in the industry, in various roles, since leaving school.

 

 

 

 

 Martin Layer is the Group's Planning & Estates Manager.


A chartered geologist, with long experience in quarry development, Martin brings expertise to the crucial area of mineral planning and land management.

 

 

 

Martin Walker is the Manager responsible for the group's Construction division and Plant Hire fleet.

A surveyor by training, Martin has long experience at Smiths and elsewhere, in contracting and civil engineering.

 

 

 

 

Paul Needle is the Transport Manager, with operational responsibility for the Company's Haulage Fleet.

With experience in both managing and driving commercial vehicles, allied to the training and qualifications required to deal with modern transport regulations, Paul is ideally placed to deal with this most visible part of our operations.

 

 

 



Paul Hillier is the group's Health & Safety Officer and Personnel Manager.

With long service in the industry generally, Paul brings extensive experience to this vital role.