The unrivalled appearance of a handmade clay tile is one of the fundamental reasons that they are so well-loved. As well as the instantly recognisable terra cotta shade, clay tiles are also manufactured in a wide array of other colours, each perfect for creating a different look for your property. Ranging from natural browns to fiery oranges, handmade roof tiles give you the flexibility to create the roofing design of your dreams. Handmade roof tiles also incorporate varying surface finishes and textures to enhance the tile and give your home even more originality.
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Our manufacturing and testing techniques incorporate the practices of a bygone era. The endurance and resilience of our handmade roof tiles is undeniable, even though they have always been an incredibly reliable and long-lasting roofing material, they just keep getting better over time, ageing gracefully and blending perfectly with nature.
With the correct installation and maintenance, handmade roof tiles have been known to last well over a century and beyond, making them the ideal choice for your property. Very few other things in life last as long as our quality handmade roof tiles.
In fact, our handmade roof tiles are fully resistant to rot, decay, insects, water damage and mould so you can be sure that once they have been installed, they are there for many years to come.
If you are looking for a long-lasting roof tile that doesn't require regular maintenance, handmade roof tiles could be just what you were looking for. In comparison to many other roofing materials, handmade roof tiles require very little upkeep with no need to spend money on regular professional cleaning. For homeowners that wish to do so, clay tiles can be easily cleaned to remove any mould or algae; however this is a simple process that requires no specialist or expensive products. There are some preparations that you simply spray and leave to work their magic.
Nene Park is a country park in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. The park opened in 1978 and occupies a site approximately three and a half miles long, from slightly west of Castor to the centre of Peterborough.
The Park has three lakes, one of which has a watersports centre which provides sailing, kayaking and windsurfing classes. Another lake has a pedaloe and rowing boat for hire shop, and the third lake contains moorings for boats and has access to the River Nene. Nene Park also has three childrens play areas, located in different points of the Park and a small miniature railway. The main entrance to the Park is served by the Nene Valley Railway station at Ferry Meadows, from which all the Parks main attractions can be accessed. The eastern end of the Park is also served by Orton Mere and Peterborough Nene Valley stations.
The Cambridgeshire park was conceived as part of the towns 1968 expansion. Originally within the control of the Peterborough Development Corporation, the management of the Park was transferred to the Nene Park Trust, a company limited by guarantee with charitable status in 1988 under the authority of the New Town Community Related Assets transfer arrangements. An endowment of properties provides sufficient income to cover running costs, along with that generated by the Parks tenancies and operations.
The Nene Park Trust is designed to provide recreation for the public, with a park for the benefit of the local population of Peterborough. Many visitors from outside the Cambridgeshire area also visit the park and its attractions. The Park combines a balance of commercial attractions and informal and formal recreational pursuits for the enjoyment of the countryside in addition to farmed land and nature areas.
Ferry Meadows is a country park and recreation area that occupies a large portion of the Nene Park, which stretches for six miles along the banks of the River Nene. It is managed by the Nene Park Trust.
The area is often used by people for activities such as country walks, picnics and barbecues, coarse fishing, bird watching and at the watersports centre, dinghy and board sailing are available. Additionally it has a miniature railway, pony rides, sculptures and two cafes. Ferry Meadows also includes a group camping site and a year round touring caravan Caravan Club site.
Ferry Meadows in Cambridgeshire is one of the major destinations and attractions signposted on the Green Wheel cycle route.
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