Saturday, January 06, 2018


A long-established Lincolnshire business is coming to Brigg and has now announced that it will be opening its new store at 8am on Monday (January 8, 2018).
A family firm for six generations, Bennetts Timber has been trading since 1804.
Opening hours at the new premises at 15 Atherton Way DN20 8AR will be:

  • Monday to Friday: 8.00am to 5.00pm
  • Saturday: 8.00am to 12 noon
Robert Bennett told Brigg Blog: "We welcome all customers, both trade and non-trade.
"We have a comprehensive stock of timber, timber-related products, sheet materials and DIY products, including...."

  • Decking
  • Fencing including fence panels
  • CLS timber
  • PSE (planed square edge timber)
  • Graded timber
  • Treated timber
  • Skirtings and architraves – timber and mdf
  • Flooring
  • Mouldings
  • Cladding
  • Plywood
  • MDF
  • Plasterboard
  • Nails and screws
  • Ironmongery
  • Hand tools
  • Silicones, sealants, glues and adhesives
  • Stains and varnishes
"All at competitive prices," Robert adds.  "The list is not exhaustive – we can also supply a huge range of non-stock items and will also be running a delivery service."
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Ken Harrison said...

Established in 1804, eh, Nige..from me O-level history days when we were still using chalk and a slate to take notes, I recall that was the year Napoleon B was declared the Emperor of France. prediction is that the way politics is going, old Trumpy will declare himself the Emperor of the Galaxy in particular worry is that some Americans think he's the best thing since the invention of thd beefburger!

Ken Harrison said...

.......and we still question how the Nazis were allowed to gain power in the 20/30's.
Perhaps the human race is predisposed to opt for the promise of change and then get fixatated in the belief that such spurious promises are real and, thereafter, exclude counter-argument as fake news
We a living at a time when national and world politics is so confused that no-one can see the wood for the trees.
(good ending, eh, Nige...slanting it towards timber!)