Six years for Secure-a-Field and Flintshire County Council

Posted: Thu, 07 Mar 2019 10:34

Six years for Secure-a-Field and Flintshire County Council

In our 16 years of trading, Secure-a-Field has worked on a variety of projects for businesses, land-owners and the public sector. Our small but expert team provide a personal end-to-end service which has resulted in a customer base the length and breadth of the British Isles, many of whom return time and time again for their fencing and access solutions.

One such customer is Welsh local authority, Flintshire County Council, who ordered their first Berkswell pedestrian gate from us six years ago and has continued to order three or four times a year ever since.Public Rights of Way Inspector, Jon Hill, explains, "I began working with Secure-a-Field in 2013. We had heard of the business and even spoken to their sales team a couple of times, so when it came to replacing a couple of our Right of Way gates we reached out, and we haven't looked back."Though we do work with local suppliers for other products, the kissing gates we originally ordered, and continue to purchase, are unlike anything we had before, and their yellow postcaps have received great feedback from hikers."

In addition to regular deliveries of Berkswell kissing gates, Flintshire Council has ordered a variety of products over the years, including our Charnwood pedestrian gates and horse-friendly vehicle barriers, and we are also sole supplier for Flintshire Council's metal stiles. Despite the 100+ miles between our Leicester HQ and Flintshire, Jon sees no reason to shop around. "The people at Secure-a-Field have always been very helpful and very professional; for the service we get we wouldn't consider anyone else for our gates at the moment. "Secure-a-Field Business Development and Sales representative, Bruce Pearse, commented, "Working with Flintshire Council has been a pleasure. We thank Jon for his kind words and look forward to working with them for many more years to come."

Six years for Secure-a-Field and Flintshire County Council

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