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Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do "exactly what it says on the tin" but let's face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

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The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do "exactly what it says on the tin" but let's face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do "exactly what it says on the tin" but let's face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland.

Spruce up your kitchen with help from Neptune

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Loved for its combination of classic oak with a distinctly contemporary outlook, the Henley’s ability to look homely and yet a little regal at the same time has won it a big fan base.

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do "exactly what it says on the tin" but let's face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do "exactly what it says on the tin" but let's face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do “exactly what it says on the tin” but let’s face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

Gentian Hill

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The correct name for this promontory is Blake’s Hill which comprises approximately 30 acres. Gentian Hill was a much smaller area further north, but nowadays the whole area is referred to as Gentian Hill. An extract from O’Donovan’s Letters described it as follows: “Here in Blake’s Hill over the sea, whither the young men of Galway were wont to come on horseback on the third day of their May game, and there dine between the hill and the castle of Barna. Sir Moragh O’Flaherty of Aughamore defeated an army out of Clanricard on the 22nd of June 1564 on the strand at Traybane, Cnoc an Blacaigh.”

Spruce up your garden with Colourfence — the ultimate garden fence

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The holy grail of fencing is transforming gardens across the UK and Ireland. It may do "exactly what it says on the tin" but let's face it, treating a timber fence can never be called fun.

 

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