Timber firm delighted with its new supplier

Jez Webb, MP Justin Tomlinson and Chris Chidsey at Enterprise Works

Jez Webb, MP Justin Tomlinson and Chris Chidsey at Enterprise Works

First published in News

A business that provides employment opportunities for disabled people is celebrating landing a major contract with one of the region’s oldest timber companies.

Jez Webb, a partner with HJ Webb and Son, has agreed an ongoing contract with SEQOL Enterprise Works to supply a specifically designed type of garden panel.

Jez, who runs the family-owned business at its Shrivenham headquarters with three other partners, said the company was highly impressed by the quality of work in the panels and has now switched suppliers from a firm in north of England to Enterprise Works.

“It’s all thanks to MP Justin Tomlinson that I got to know about what Enterprise Works can do,” said Jez.

“Justin and I are both involved with Swindon Supermarine FC, and Justin asked if I was aware of Enterprise Works and the high quality of products they sell.

“Justin put us in touch and I was amazed to find that their panels were as good as anything we’ve ever sold.

“They are also delivered by really helpful people, and are very competitively priced.

“I’ve spent the last 25 years selling panels, but I’m very, very impressed with these.”

Mr Tomlinson, the MP for North Swindon, said he was delighted to have been able to make the introduction.

“I went to the opening of Enterprise Works’ new shop last summer with South Swindon MP Robert Buckland, and we are both great supporters of the work that goes on there,” he said.

“I’m thrilled that by being able to put these two in touch I’ve been able to broker a tangible long-term relationship that will provide ongoing opportunities for the fantastic employees at Enterprise Works.”

SEQOL Enterprise Works’ shop and factory is at Unit 1A, Gipsy Lane, Swindon, SN2 8DT.

The shop is open from 7.45am to 4.30pm on Mondays through to Thursdays, and from 7.45am to 4pm on Fridays. It opens between 8.30am and 12.30pm on Saturdays.

For more information call 01793 464646 or visit the website which can be found at www.seqol.org/enterprise-works.

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9:12am Sun 17 Mar 13

RichardR1 says...

Good news for Enterprise they do indeed sell some very good products.
Good news for Enterprise they do indeed sell some very good products. RichardR1
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9:39am Sun 17 Mar 13

leafy1 says...

I have been dealing with Jez and his crew for over 20 years and can assure you they are a pleasure to deal with..........everyt
ime I visit their yard you are met with a service second to none.
I visit enterprise as well and their own built sheds were the best in Swindon(Such a pleasure to erect).Their fencing panels are very well made as well......I just wish Enterprise helped traders with the 1 month trade account again though.
I have been dealing with Jez and his crew for over 20 years and can assure you they are a pleasure to deal with..........everyt ime I visit their yard you are met with a service second to none. I visit enterprise as well and their own built sheds were the best in Swindon(Such a pleasure to erect).Their fencing panels are very well made as well......I just wish Enterprise helped traders with the 1 month trade account again though. leafy1
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12:32pm Sun 17 Mar 13

sn5 says...

Well done to the MP who has got more work into Swindon, even better news it is Enterprise Works.
Well done to the MP who has got more work into Swindon, even better news it is Enterprise Works. sn5
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8:17am Mon 18 Mar 13

swindondad says...

A quality product from a local supplier is a good thing in most circumstances but from one that provides job oppertunities to those less fortunate than most it is a real winner all around.
A quality product from a local supplier is a good thing in most circumstances but from one that provides job oppertunities to those less fortunate than most it is a real winner all around. swindondad
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