Suffolk Show report 2017
This years Suffolk show saw W H Collier Ltd sponsor the Suffolk Skills brick work competition, presenting a new Winners Salver in memory of our late managing director Maurice Page who had been donating bricks for the competition for the last 20 years, a tradition we hope to carry on!
This years competition was won by students from Easton and Otley college, Sam Stone and Scott Claydon. Second place was awarded to Adam Diggins and Billy Davis fromSuffolk New College and in third Chris Hewitt and Lewis Whiting from West Suffolk College. Well done to all three teams.
The winners Sam Stone & Scott Claydon Winners Presentation
The three teams from local colleges were given a design that they had to build over the two days of the show. The design is complex and this year encorporated the Suffolk Agrecultural Association logo.The students produced some lovey work.
Day 1 Day 2
Bricks used this year were W H Collier Aldeburgh Red 65mm for the main body of the design and W H Collier College Blend Pale for the detail.
Brick and Flint demo