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Wayfarer Gravel

Wayfarer

Breedon Wayfarer is a graded 6mm to fines limestone material with self binding properties providing stability with great versatility.

Wayfarer delivers exceptional resilience which makes it a popular choice for use on cycleways, canal towpaths, golf courses, bridleways and petanque pistes as well as footpaths, particularly in garden areas that need to be wheelbarrow or wheelchair friendly.

Many golf courses are in areas of outstanding beauty and Breedon Wayfarer is an attractive and natural surface which enhances buggy parks and pathways providing a robust surface which subtly blends in with the serene surroundings of the golf course.

Breedon Wayfarer should not be used for car parks, driveways or for vehicular use, for this we recommend our Breedon Golden Amber gravel.

To discuss your own specific requirements, our dedicated, friendly and informative team are always on hand to take your calls and issue samples.

Enfield Lock

Enfield lock is the place to go for a spot of gongoozling before a relaxing waterside pint or a rejuvenating walk along the towpath to Rammey Marsh. This towpath is laid with Breedon Wayfarer and it’s soft natural tones transform the picturesque waters edge into a tranquil place of beauty where cyclists, ramblers and anglers spend many-a-weekend.

Millennium Park – Barrow on Soar

Millennium Park situated in Leicestershire has excellent views of well known beauty spots such as Bradgate Park and Beacon Hill. The Breedon Wayfarer footpath leads you through a gentle stroll around the park which boasts the Millennium sun dial, the gnomon at 6.75m high is one of the tallest in the country.

National Trust, Stourhead House

Hale Park

Hale Park is located in the centre of Hale village and has large grassland areas with mature trees and is a venue for informal recreation such as walking, picnicking or ball games, in addition the park has a well-used childrens play area, a multi use games area and two football pitches. Breedon Wayfarer has been used on the footpaths and seating areas around the park, used by cyclists, ramblers, dog-walkers and pushchairs.

Oxford Botanical Gardens

The Copella Bee Garden

Sadie May Stowell is an award winning landscape architect and garden designer and her ‘Copella Bee’ show garden at The Hampton Court Flower Show in 2010 received a silver gilt award. The garden sponsored by Copella Fruit Juices Ltd focused on attracting and supporting honey bees and a central curvilinear design seating area and winding path of Breedon Wayfarer through the garden created a beautiful, soft and natural ambience.

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