Simon

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Simon has been an integral part of the team since 1984. He can easily turn his hand to anything, his artistry and brain power is legendary within the company. Simon heads our Christmas department and his displays draw in customers from far and wide. Simon loves his international travel but can also often be found hiking in the Bavarian alps. Coincidentally, this is always at the time of the October Beer Fest. Simon is expert on all of our garden furniture ranges especially Barlow Tyrie and is happy to answer any questions you may have.

Simon 's Articles

Review of Barlow Tyrie Equinox Range of Garden Furniture

Wildlife

We've been selling Barlow Tyrie furniture since the 1960's and so have had our fair share of experience with Barlow Tyrie's products, including the popular Equinox range. Simon shares his review of the Equinox garden furniture range for those interested in knowing a little more about this collection before purchasing.

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Written by Simon .
Published on Tuesday, 4th of July, 2017.

Premier Decorations at Harrogate Christmas and Gift Fair 2014

Brands

Robert Hall, Senior Partner at GardenSite, had the pleasure of visiting Harrogate Christmas & Gift Fair on Sunday 12th January along with his wife Kay and business partner Simon Whitehead.

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Written by Simon .
Published on Tuesday, 14th of January, 2014.

Tim Fenby designs for Barlow Tyrie

Christmas Lights

When you're an award winning furniture company, it's only natural to employ world renowned designers. Simon reports on a Barlow Tyrie appointment.

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Written by Simon .
Published on Monday, 13th of May, 2013.

Barlow Tyrie - A Family History

Barlow Tyrie

Barlow Tyrie are now known throughout the world as designers and manufacturers of high quality garden furniture made from top grade teak. Now fast approaching their centenary, they are still a family firm, run by direct descendants of the company's founder and have a fascinating history.

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Written by Simon .
Published on Friday, 10th of May, 2013.

Chinese New Year Traditions

Barlow Tyrie

According to the Chinese zodiac, 2013 is the Year of the Snake. But don't be unduly concerned if you suffer from ophiophobia. Not a lot of people know what it is and Snakes aren't all bad anyway. Someone coming into the world this year might be cunning, quick to anger and possessive but they will excel at business and will always be able to provide for you.

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Written by Simon .
Published on Thursday, 1st of August, 2013.