Wadhurst Bowls Club held their annual Mixed Triples Tournament on Sunday the 11th August which is the club biggest fund raiser and yet again Tates were proud to be the tournament sponsors. Nigel Murrells, proudly represented the Tate group of companies and presented the trophies and prize monies to the winning team and runners-up.
Braving the least favourable weather conditions the club soldiered on and hosted the tournament despite losing event gazebos to overnight gales. All teams taking part played exceptionally well but the winning were from Hailsham Bowls Club and Left to Right they are – Christine Andrews, Dave Sykes and Mike Cooke
TOM Playhouse – £775.00 inc VAT
(Was £1,078.50 inc VAT)
TOBY Playhouse – £610.00 inc VAT
(Was £879.00 inc VAT)
FELIX Playhouse – £465.00 inc VAT
(Was £735.00 inc VAT)
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A one-day agricultural Show based in the heart of the Wealden countryside.
Date: Saturday 25th May 2019
Place: Little Tottingworth Farm, Broad Oak, Heathfield, East Sussex TN21 8UE
The 2019 Heathfield & District Agricultural Show will be better than ever before. Come and join us on Saturday 25th May 2019 at Little Tottingworth Farm in Heathfield, East Sussex. The Heathfield Show is designed to be informative and create a day out in the countryside that will inform, interest and entertain. There is something for everyone.
We live in a beautiful part of England and we can be justly proud of the products and produce of our region. The High Weald, in particular, is well known for the diversity of its landscape, crafts, food stuffs and expertise that has been built up over the past centuries and passed from generation to generation.
A day at the Heathfield Show will provide you with an insight into all the area has to offer.
What you will see
Cattle, Sheep, Pig and Horse competitions: These will take place throughout the day in their respective areas of the Showground. To get the most out of your day and see the livestock being paraded in front of the judges visit the livestock showing rings in the morning and horse rings in the afternoon.
Farmers Market: Local producers sell showcase their local produce all made within a 20 mile radius of the Heathfield Show
Micro Brewery: Organised by 360* brewery but show casing beers from all over the region.
Big Pete, The Monster Trucks & The Grim Reeper: This is a chance to watch two real Monster Trucks at work jumping and crushing cars. Jumping 15ft in the air is an impressive sight for any event, crushing anything in its path.
Country Ways: The artisan area of the Heathfield Show with demonstrations of traditional crafts and enter on the day terrier racing open to all.
Vintage Tractors: Everybody likes an old tractor. Vote for your favourite tractor.
Trade Stands: Over 200 stands selling everything from jam to jacuzzis, from shoes to sheds. By a tractor at this year’s Show!
Education Marquee: If you want to ‘get up close’ to the livestock a visit to the Education Area is a must. Here you will find farmyard animals and their young a together in their own enclosure. It is hoped that this area, organised by Tottingworth Farm, will help give a better understanding of the life cycle of our farm animals and how they play such a vital part in our lives.
Entrance tickets can be purchased in advance, at reduced prices – please see our website for details www.heathfieldshow.org.
Join us on 25th May for an unforgettable day out!
Merry Christmas to all our Customers
Would like to wish all of our customers a very Merry Christmas from all at Tate Fencing Ltd!
A little reminder of our opening hours over the Christmas period; we are closed from 17:00 on Friday 21st December 2018 to 07:30 on Thursday 3rd January 2019.
(During December & January, only our Flimwell branch will be open on Saturdays from 07:30 to 15:00. Excludes Saturday 5th January where ALL branches are closed.)
We are really proud to have been given the opportunity to help out on the recent DIY SOS Big Build in Chislehurst.
The team were called in to help redesign and build a home for the Newcombe family. Their youngest son, Arlo, was born with a rare lung disease and requires 24/7 oxygen support as well as constant care and large pieces of equipment. They desperately needed an extension and redesign of their home to suit Arlo’s needs.
Paul Barham, Jason Isted and Alan Wilson in our workshop pulled out the stops to get the fencing ready in time, and we sent our installers Dexter Clay, Ashley Murphy and John Marshall to help out with the project. Tate Fencing were so pleased to be involved in such a great cause and can’t wait to see the finished build when aired on TV!