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Mid-Sussex Timber announces annual Open Day

Published: 12 September 2019 - Kiran Grewal
 

Mid-Sussex Timber has announced it will be holding its annual Open Day this September, taking place at its East Grinstead branch on the September 18 2019. 

Mid-Sussex Timber, who was founded in 1929, continues to operate as a family-run business to this day, supplying directly imported timber to the building trade and retail market. Now one of the largest stockists in Sussex, they operate across four branches based in East Grinstead, where the open day is taking place, as well as Haywards Heath, Forest Row and most recently, Crowborough.

The open day, which is open to both trade customers as well as members of the public, is expected to be an exciting day for the business, with key suppliers also expected to be in attendance, including Makita UK, Toolbank, Joyner Bolt, Bond-It, Estimators Online and Crystal Clear Group.

Alex Waters, Operations Director at Mid-Sussex Timber, said: “We’re all very excited to hold our Open Day this September, and we’ve got a number of exciting deals and promotions planned for our customers.

"Our annual Open Day is always a big event for our business, and, particularly being a small, independent company, seeing so many people come along to show their support on the day is always a wonderful thing to see.”

This year, the event falls on a particularly poignant year, with the business having celebrated its 90th year in business earlier this year at Lingfield Park Racecourse, where the business’ managing director, and son to the founder, Tim Waters, presented an award.

The Open Day will be taking place at its East Grinstead branch from 7:30am on the September 18. 

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