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Roofing & Salvage will be relocating

Roofing & Salvage Depot will be locating the yard later this year to make sure we have enough room for all of our stock.

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We have a winner!

We recently ran a giveaway of a fantastic reclaimed stone trough, which has been delivered to its new home, in the lovely garden of Rachel Williams and Kevin Lawrence. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, as we will be running some more fantastic giveaways in the weeks to come.

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Roofing & Salvage Depot Sponsors Oswestry Community Games

RSD are pleased to support the local community by sponsoring the Oswestry Community Games. Held in Cae Glas Park, it is a great day out for all the family, with guests of honour Mark Fosbrook and David Davies.

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Roofing & Salvage Depot Sponsor RHS Gold Medal Winner

Roofing & Salvage Depot were pleased to sponsor Robin Dwiar and his entry into the Royal Horticultural Society Flower Show at Tatton Park. He collected a Gold Medal and was shortlisted for Young Designer of the Year.   Robs entry, which highlighted the use of reclaimed materials, used reclaimed clay roofing tiles, cut down and used on edge as paving, which proved to be a very unique approach. It is this lateral thinking which has allowed Rob to make a name for himself in the gardening and landscaping world.  It was a pleasure working with Rob and we offer him our congratulations...

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Thar She Blows!

  Roofing & Salvage Depot were very pleased to supply some original architectural antiques which featured in Hollywood Blockbuster "In The Heart Of The Sea" The film, which stars Chris Hemsworth and Cillian Murphy follows a New England whaling ship, which was sunk by a whale in 1820.     Also starring Brendan Gleeson, Michelle Fairley and Tom Holland, the story follows whaling ship Essex as it was assaulted by something no one could believe: a whale of mammoth size and will, and an almost human sense of vengeance. The real-life maritime disaster would inspire Herman Melville's Moby-Dick. But that told only half...

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