East Anglian builders’ merchant, Collier & Catchpole has opened a third branch.
On the Riverside Industrial Estate in Lawford, Essex, the branch opened on November 4, and was then officially opened by Jayne Collier with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, 15th November. Alongside colleagues, suppliers and customers, the event was attended by the Mayor of Manningtree, Ruth Stocks, Collier and Catchpole managing director Tim Rowbottom and Lawford councillors, Dave Thurlow and Godfrey Payne.
During her launch speech, Collier paid tribute to the hard work of her late husband, Roy Collier, who was responsible for the family-run business until his death in 1998.
The new depot for Collier & Catchpole provides a variety of job opportunities for local residents, as well as a new trusted destination for local trades to get their materials at affordable and competitive prices without having to travel far.
The depot stocks items from leading brands including timber, insulation, bricks and blocks, drainage, paint, patio, driveway and other landscaping materials, such as porcelain and natural stone. Customers will be able to collect stock from the yard and enjoy a comprehensive delivery service.