The new Tudor Griffiths Builders’ Merchants branch in Bridgnorth.

Builders’ merchant opens its doors to new branch

Published:  30 August, 2016

Staff at Tudor Griffiths Group has opened the doors to its new branch at Chartwell Park in Bridgnorth.

The branch, which is located on a six-acre site, brings 20 new jobs to the town.

Managing director Tudor Griffiths said: “We’re delighted to be in Bridgnorth and it’s extremely exciting to finally see the doors open. The 20 new jobs we’ve created are also a real boost to the local area, and we are now supplying all the essential services and products that the local building trade requires.”

The family-owned builders’ services and materials specialist already operates seven builders’ merchant branches and the latest addition complements its existing branch at Wolverley, just 12 miles away.

The new division stocks a full range of building and construction materials, including timber, roofing products, drainage and decorating solutions (including paint and paint mixing), landscaping products, items for the agriculture industry including draining and fencing, and garden supplies.

“We’re very proud to be bringing over 11,000 lines of stock to Bridgnorth, and our experienced team will now ensure that industry professionals in the local area – and the general public – can get the products they need to get their jobs done,” said Mr Griffiths.

“We’re particularly pleased that the Bridgnorth branch has allowed us to bring a former brownfield site back into use and create a business that should make a real difference in the local area.”

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