Crocketts Yard - Aylesbury Road, Askett, Buckinghamshire, HP27 9LY
Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm Saturday Appointments Only Tel No. 01844 342036 Fax No. 01844 343509
Welcome to Crocketts Gates, Buckinghamshire's finest supplier of handmade gates.
Crocketts are a family run business based in Buckinghamshire, between Princes Risborough & Aylesbury. We offer the finest selection of hand-made timber gates throughout Aylesbury, High Wycombe Gerrards Cross and Marlow. We also supply many types of garden accessories.
Our range services and quality products include:
You can get in touch with us by calling our team direct on 01844 342 036 or alternatively filling out our online contact form. We are open 8am – 5pm Monday to Friday and offer appointments on Saturdays. Our helpful and friendly staff are always on hand to answer any questions you may have or for further information on our extensive range of wooden gates and accessories. Look forward to seeing you soon.
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Hello. Just to let you know the office will be closed on Wednesday 16th April. We will also be closed over the Easter bank holiday – hopefully the sun will shine!
Due to our recent fire we have had to juggle how our working day is run. This means that sometimes our workshop is closed to visitors. If you are coming to see us, please give us a call first on … Continue reading →
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Dear all – yesterday we experienced a devastating fire which has destroyed our work shop. But we’re tough old things in Bucks and we are still trading!!! We managed to save our gates in storage and all customer orders will … Continue reading →
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