We are open for deliveries to customers as well as 'Click & Collect' collections for all our products and although procedures have changed slightly and deliveries may possibly take slightly longer than usual, it's still business as normal. Unfortunately the office cannot be manned throughout the whole day but we are picking up web-chats and voicemails as well as e-mails through our Contact Us page, so get in touch and we'll get back to you.
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Walnut is a deciduous broadleaf tree native to south east Europe and south west China. The trees are usually 40 to 60 feet (12 to 18 metres) in height and develop a crown of the same size. The lifespan of a walnut tree depends on its species but they can survive anywhere between 50 and 250 years. The trees were first introduced to Britain by the Romans principally for their nuts which have a high nutritional value.
Walnut wood is used in the manufacture of flooring, furniture, musical instruments, panels, veneers and gun-stocks.