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Take a look around our three fantastic centres, we have everything you need to make the perfect garden.

Whatever you are planning for your garden, our fencing centres are the perfect place to start.

Each of our three centres is a treasure trove of garden ideas, accessories and natural timber products. Our fencing centres offer extensive ranges of garden fencing, gates, landscaping, decking, garden furniture and outdoor buildings – imaginatively displayed to capture the spirit of outdoor lifestyle living.

Discover a peaceful, inspiring and friendly way to choose affordable garden furniture, great value sheds, cabins, pergolas, benches as well as tools, varnishes and fixings from our well stocked on site shops. Not forgetting heaps of advice, our delivery service and a few original gifts for keen gardeners. Open seven days a week (except Brigg) to help you make the most of your garden.

The vast stocks and extensive ranges mean that you will be able to take away what you need and get cracking on that new project straight away. The well stocked shops are thoughtfully laid out with the things needed to finish any job – nails, screws, hinges, brackets and tools. For really big jobs we will deliver to your door within days.

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24th March, 2015

Earnshaws Fencing Centres’ Silver Birch used at Wetherby Races!

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For many years Earnshaws Fencing Centres have had many different types of customers thoughout Yorkshire, and some of them are less obvious than you might think. Its not always cut down timber that our customers want, sometimes its more than that. One example is our Birch trees which play an important part at Wetherby Races. Some […]

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20th March, 2015

Celebrate the International Day of Forests this weekend!

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International Day of Forests is a United Nations initiative held each year on the 21st March, to help raise awareness of the importance of forests and trees for the benefit of current and future generations. As well as providing for our own human needs, the benefits of trees of course reach much further, from providing food […]

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