About M&M Timber
M&M Timber is the UK’s leading manufacturer of machine rounded timber products and a key supplier to the agricultural, utility, commercial, landscaping, land owner and play market sectors. For more than 30 years, M&M Timber has processed timber at the 25 acre saw mill at Clows Top, near Kidderminster in Worcestershire. The timber is carefully selected from certified, well-managed forests including the Forest Garden sites in Scotland & Wales. Every stage of the manufacturing process from responsible purchasing, debarking, machine rounding, profiling and manufacturing is undertaken with precision and care. Timber life is extended through kiln drying and by pressure treatment using Tanalith E wood preservative offering 15 or 30-year service life warranty. M&M Timber is accredited by the WPA (Wood Protection Association) Benchmark Scheme and certified as a quality supplier for treated timbers. The WPA Benchmark is a quality assurance scheme providing independent verification that treated wood has been impregnated correctly in accordance with the requirements of BS8417 – the British Standard for preservative impregnated wood. M&M Timber won the ‘Treated Wood Trader of the Year’ award in 2017 presented by the WPA.
East Anglia, Midlands, National (Eng/Wales/Scot/NI), North Thames, North West, Scotland, South West, Wales, Yorkshire North East, Northern Ireland, UK Islands, South Thames
Types of work undertaken
- Soft Landscaping Materials (up to £50,000)
- Hard Landscaping Materials (up to £50,000)
- Commercial (unlimited)
- Fencing Materials (up to £10,000)
- Domestic (unlimited)
Knight Fencing - Goodwood Motor Circuit
Automation meets Automotive for latest timber viewing platforms at Goodwood. M&M Timber utilised their state-of-the-art CNC router machine to create precision machined components for new spectator viewing platforms at the world's most prestigious classic automotive circuit, in conjunction with leading fencing contractor Knight Fencing. Nestled at the foot of the Sussex Downs, with the sea often visible just a few miles in the distance, Goodwood Circuit is a historic venue for both two and four-wheeled motorsport in the United Kingdom. The 3.8-kilometre (2.4 mile) circuit is situated near Chichester, West Sussex, on the estate of Goodwood House. The track is the only classic circuit in the world to remain entirely in its original form, after being lovingly restored over a six-year period, in preparation for the inaugural Goodwood Revival of 1998. Goodwood Motor Circuit was officially opened in September 1948, when Freddie March, the 9th Duke and renowned amateur racer, tore around the track in a Bristol 400. He received a rapturous response from 15,000 spectators who had come to the opening of Britain's first professionally organised post-war motor-racing event. It is now renowned as England's greatest sporting estate and home to three of the biggest sporting events in the world: The Festival of Speed, the Qatar Goodwood Festival and the Goodwood Revival.