• Paving Contractors Little Wolford

    • Welcome To AG Paving Contractors Little Wolford, CV36

      AG Paving is Little Wolford, CV36 based paving contractor that serves Little Wolford and surrounding locations. We provide a large range of paving and landscaping services at economical prices. We provide a total service; assessment, style, supply, and installation. Whether you are searching for a complete garden overhaul or an easy clean we are sure to have the best service to match both your taste and spending plan. We have a huge variety of outdoor patio and paving options for you to select from consisting of; Indian sandstone, granite, limestone, cobblelock, gravel and concrete pieces just to name a couple of. We specialise in the installation of natural stone paving, for both driveways and patios. Our quality and rates will not be beaten. Why not check out our gallery to see our vast array of paving options and we make certain you’ll discover something to suit your taste. We source our quality products from just the finest and well prominent suppliers to make sure that the paving we provide to you will stand the test of time. Quality materials coupled with our experience in setup means that you can feel confident you will have a beautiful driveway or patio for many years to come.

      AG Paving Little Wolford, CV36 – Driveways, Patio and Garden Contractors

      A gorgeous new driveway or outdoor patio location will make a substantial modification to your house. We use a wide range in paving designs to fit any styled residential or commercial property, be it of contemporary, traditional or contemporary style.

      We also supply a wide range of colour and design choices from which you can pick the most suitable style of paving in Little Wolford for your home. We will provide recommendations on design, design and all technical elements of the driveway or outdoor patio installation.

      We set up a large range of domestic and commercial paving; from forecourts, driveways, courses and patio areas through to your garden area with flower beds, raised flower beds, turfing and slabbing.

      Weed complimentary and simple maintenance, paving will not just make your life much easier however can also add value to your home and improve its look. Picking the most ideal paving system for your house is extremely important as it represents a long-lasting investment in your residential or commercial property. All our work is brought out by our own highly skilled paving contractor in Little Wolford, CV36.

      As soon as you have actually chosen the design and colour mix, you can then likewise choose from a series of custom-made designed features such as circles, diamonds and even having your initials embedded. This will guarantee your paving is genuinely distinct.

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      Our services include:

      • Block Paving
      • Indian Stone Paving
      • Design
      • Walling
      • Fencing
      • Brick
      • Cobbles
      • Concrete
      • Tarmac
      • Flagging
      • Drainage
      • Patios
      • Landscaping
      • Gates/Railings

      Driveways Little Wolford, CV36

      We are experts at Driveways Little Wolford. We can lay and build affordable and custom driveways for our consumers. All our work is done to the greatest of standards. We utilize only quality driveway materials starting from the setup of your base to the completed surface area of your driveway to make sure a resilient driveway setup.

      Paving Little Wolford, CV36

      We pride ourselves on the quality of our Paving Little Wolford. We provide a paving service that includes laying paving, replacing old driveways and constructing patio areas with garden paving in Little Wolford, CV36.

      NOTE: Please check out other services Block PavingDriveways & PatiosCommercial DrivewaysResin DrivewaysGravel DrivewaysLandscaping and benefit from our packages. Or just simply contact now AG Paving for a free on-site quote. Please also have a look at our amazing testimonialsabout us and gallery. Our blog as well.

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      • We are totally registered paving and patio area installers.
      • AG Paving is happy to be a member of the Britpave, the British Cementitious Paving Association. The Britpave, the British Cementitious Paving Association is preserved just for knowledgeable competent tradesmen who are masters in their field. In order to end up being a member and maintain membership, all members much preserve high standards of craftsmanship in all of their jobs. To become a member, we went through the guilds’ strict vetting procedures and confirmations before we were accepted as a member. As an outcome, you as the consumer can feel confident that you are employing a paving contractor with a proven performance history and confirmed history of high requirements of work.
      • We have an abundance of experience in developing and setting up all kinds of paving products; Granite, Sandstone, Limestone, cobblelock, slabs, patio areas, driveways, gravel, pebble, natural stone etc
      • We provide you a full service plan. We will supply and install your driveway, garden paving or patio area so you just have to unwind and enjoy the transformation.
      • We cover all parts of Little Wolford, CV36.
      • We utilize just high quality and trustworthy suppliers for our paving materials such as Kilsaran, Roadstone, Double l concrete and All Stone. This guarantees the quality and resilience of the items we deal with.
      • Our vast paving installation experience combined with high quality paving and outdoor patio materials and our attention to information, all integrate to guarantee you, the client, a top-notch paving task finished to the greatest of requirements.
      • Our clients are our company, we strive to ensure your complete satisfaction throughout all phases of your paving or patio area task. We are kept busy mainly by word of mouth so our customers’ satisfaction is our primary concern.
      • We do what we state and we say what we do. We end up on time as agreed and without any covert extras.
      • We provide complimentary call outs and quotations. We will call out to see your existing garden area. At this call out we will discuss possible paving alternatives for your residential or commercial property and will show you samples of the paving products that would fit your job and budget plan.

      Little Wolford is a hamlet and civil parish in the Stratford-on-Avon district of Warwickshire, England. With the neighbouring parish of Great Wolford it is part of ‘The Wolfords’. Little Wolford is significant for its Grade II* listed 15th- to 16th-century Little Wolford Manor.

      According to A Dictionary of British Place Names, Wolford derives from the Old English ‘wulf’ with ‘weard’, meaning a “place protected against wolves”. The Concise Oxfordshire Dictionary of English Place-names adds that ‘weard’ might mean “guard”, and as such might here be unique usage, as an “arrangement for protection, fence”, the whole name perhaps “enclosure to protect flocks from wolves”.

      In the Domesday Book, the settlement is variously listed as ‘Ulware’, ‘Ulwarda’ and ‘Wolwarde’, and in 1242 as ‘Parva Wulleward’. In 1086, after the Norman Conquest, Little Wolford was in the Hundred of Barcheston and county of Warwickshire. There were three Tenants-in-chief to king William I: Bishop Odo of Bayeux, Robert de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Leicester (Count of Meulan), and Robert de Stafford. Bishop Odo retained Gerald as his lord, who had acquired the title from the 1066 lord Aelfric (uncle of Thorkil) – the manor contained three villagers, one ploughland with 0.5 men’s plough team, and 6 acres (2.4 ha) of meadow. The land of the Count of Meluan had Ralf as lord, again acquiring the title from the 1066 lord Aelfric – the manor contained three villagers, five smallholders, two slaves, and four ploughlands with one lord’s plough team and one men’s plough team. De Stafford had three manorial lands. Firstly, one where he was also Lord, this acquired from the 1066 lord Vagn (of Wootton), which contained eight villagers, eight smallholders, four slaves and a priest, with ten ploughlands, six men’s plough teams and a mill. Secondly, one with Ordwy as lord, acquired from the 1066 lord Alwy, which contained four villagers, four smallholders, six ploughlands, and two lord’s and one men’s plough teams. Thirdly, where Alwin was the lord in 1066 and 1086, which contained four villagers, three smallholders, a slave, and two ploughlands with one lord’s and one men’s plough teams.

      By the 13th century there were four fields, each two cultivated under a two-field system of crop rotation, and as virgates. A corn mill and fulling mill existed. There were further smaller virgates, one at Pepperwell (then Yperwelle), signified by Pepperwell Lane today at the south-east of the parish. By the beginning of the 17th century there were two watermills, one perhaps on Nethercote Brook which divides today’s parishes of Little and Great Wolford. The fields were evident as late as 1940 through aerial photography which indicated a ridge and furrow system of ploughing. This medieval or post-medieval system of cultivation was shown by earthworks which continued beyond the parish.

      After Robert de Stafford died (c.1100), his manor at Wolford passed through his sister Milicent de Stafford (who married Hervey Bagot), to her son Hervey de Stafford, who had adopted his mother’s name. The manor was divided in 1242 at the time of the later Robert de Stafford, becoming Great and Little Wolford. Ownership stayed with the Stafford family, including the 15th-century Humphrey Stafford, 1st Duke of Buckingham. In 1521 Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham was executed by Henry VIII for treason. The year before he had, through trustees, sold the manors to Henry’s courtier, Sir William Compton. The manors of Great and Little Wolford stayed in the Compton family until 1819, however, at about 1600 they were bought by Robert Catesby, the leader of the group of English Catholics who planned the failed 1605 Gunpowder Plot. They were then, in 1605, transferred to a Thomas Spencer and an Edward Sheldon, by Catesby, Sir Thomas Leigh, and Lord Ellesmere whose wife was sister to the second wife of Henry, Lord Compton. Because of transaction inconsistency, the manors reverted to the Compton family. In 1819 they were sold, by Charles Compton, Marquess of Northampton, to Lord Redesdale, they subsequently passing to his son John Freeman-Mitford, 1st Earl of Redesdale. The unmarried earl then left the manors to Algernon Bertram Mitford, created Baron Redesdale in 1902. After his death in 1916, the manors passed to David Freeman-Mitford, 2nd Baron Redesdale, the father of the Mitford sisters.

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