What is south Cerney gravel?

What is south Cerney gravel?

South Cerney Gravel is a rounded oolitic limestone. It is a cream / buff / yellow / beige even coloured gravel and one of the most popular decorative gravels available. It comes in a range of sizes 20mm, 10mm for driveways and paths and also 40mm for more decorative purposes.

What is Cerney gravel?

Decorative gravel ideal for driveways, paths and borders or as ground cover on borders and rockeries. This is a naturally quarried product which may result in slight variations in formation, size, colour or shape. One Bulk Bag will cover approx 3m x 3m at a depth of 50mm.

What is Cerney shingle?

A natural flint aggregate containing particles ranging from 10mm to 20mm. Product images shown on our website are for illustrative purposes only and they may vary in size and colour. Features and Benefits: Conversion factor: Approximately 1.5 tonnes per m³

How much is in a bulk bag of gravel?

1 Bulk Bag (850kg) = 10m2 approx. 1 Bulk Bag (850kg) = 5m2 approx.

Can you use Cotswold stone for a driveway?

Cotswold Stone can be used in a wide range of applications such as driveways, paths, patios, borders and more.

Are Cotswold chippings good for driveways?

Cotswold Chippings are a natural product that are safe to use around all plants, trees and shrubs. Another common use for Cotswold Chippings is for your driveways.

What county is South Cerney?


South Cerney
Shire county Gloucestershire
Region South West
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom

What is self binding gravel?

Self-Binding Gravel is an easy to lay alternative to traditional materials such as flags, paving, macadam or concrete. The gravel binds together when rolled to provide a self compacted surface which remains firmer underfoot than conventional loose aggregate.

Does white gravel go green?

White gravel turning green This happens gradually over time on porous materials like marble, limestone, and sandstone, but it happens faster on porous products like marble, limestone, and sandstone. The most convenient way to clean your stone is using a power hose.

Does Cotswold stone change colour?

Cotswold stone is a type of limestone, its porous, easy to carve and abundant in this area. The colour of the stone changes slightly as you move through the Cotswolds, being honey coloured in the north, golden in the central Cotswolds and progressing to a pearly white in Bath in the south of the region.

What is southcerney gravel?

South Cerney Gravel is a rounded oolitic limestone. It is a cream / buff / yellow / beige even coloured gravel and one of the most popular decorative gravels available.

Why choose South Cerney gravel over Cotswold gravel?

While your Cotswold gravel driveway might look beautiful the day it is laid, within a couple of years it will start to look a little rough around the edges, even if you’ve maintained it properly. One alternative to the less durable Cotswold Chippings is South Cerney Gravel. It is perfect for both driveways and landscaping.

Where is Cerney Wick Quarry?

Cerney Wick Quarry is located close to the A419 between Swindon and Cirencester, in the Cotswold Water Park and has state-of-the-art facilities for the production of aggregates and ready-mixed concrete.

Where can I find South Cerney stone in Berkshire?

Willis and Ainsworth are one of the main suppliers of South Cerney Stone in the Berkshire, Thames Valley and surrounding area. We deliver small and large loads to Thatcham, Newbury, Reading and all the surrounding towns and villages around Berkshire, North Hampshire and Southern Oxfordshire.