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  • image: BT covers in place in North Lanarkshire.

    BT approved covers

    BT approved block pavior covers and frames are now available from Wrekin Products. Certified to BS EN124 and carrying the British Standards Institute (BSI) Kitemark, these are ideal for use in Group 2 B125 class environments such as car parks, open air shopping precincts and pedestrianised town centre areas where occasional vehicular access is likely. […]

  • image: Armed Forces Memorial.

    Famous setting for infill covers

    Wrekin’s products can be found in a wide variety of environments, some more iconic than others. The 100mm deep block pavior infill cover and frames seen here were installed recently on the Armed Forces Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum, the UK’s year-round centre of Remembrance in Staffordshire which honours the fallen and recognises service […]

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    Flying the Kite(mark)

    BSI confirms Wrekin Products as the first company to achieve the coveted BSI Kitemark to BS EN 124-2:2015

  • what is art

    What is ART?

    Wrekin, is inviting visitors to view manhole covers and gully grates as not purely functional necessities of the road but as a way to enhance the urban environment

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    Thames Water ties with Wrekin for manhole deal

    Thames Water, the largest water and sewerage utility provider in the UK, has renewed its association with Wrekin Products to provide manhole covers and, for the first time, bedding mortar for use throughout its network.

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    Jeremy Corbyn isn’t the only person who admires manhole covers

    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has confirmed in an interview with Sky News that he has a “zany” hobby of spotting manhole covers. He explained to Lorraine Kelly that his mother had instilled in him an interest in checking manhole covers as a living piece of “social history.”