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Through a reliable network of tried-and-tested couriers and access to a national pallet service, I am able to arrange delivery to anywhere in the UK (Ireland and the Islands included) and even overseas.
For smaller items that would typically require postage, I am hesitant to use a postal service. Following a recent number of damaged items (trees crushed, pots cracked, stone chipped) I am struggling to find a method that is as cost effective and reliable as sending goods on a pallet or with a courier.
To help you with your decision making, the following is a list of pallet charges... Whilst some Clients prefer a more hands on and personal service, sending on a pallet is a very secure and affordable option for items such as large pots, urns and statues. Pots can of course be stacked to maximise how many can be fit on a pallet.
Just be aware that a pallet is a kerbside service and timings are not as precise as a courier can offer. The driver is not required to help you move or unwrap your goods, and disposal of packaging is your responsibility. In the past, Clients who were only looking at a smaller order teamed up with a friend to make the delivery cost less of an impact against the value of pieces being sent.
Hereford, Gloucester, Ludlow, Worcester, £38
Birmingham, Coventry, Newport, Llandrindod Wells, Wolverhampton, £54
Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Sheffield, Southampton, £56
Bournemouth, Newcastle, Norwich, Sunderland, Swansea, York, £62
Brighton, Canterbury, Weymouth, £65
Barnstaple, Dover, Eastbourne, Hastings, £70
Carlisle, Exeter, London (Outer), Plymouth, £72
East Kilbride, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Glasgow, London (Inner), £75