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Shelly's Hotel, Lewes

Ketley Staffordshire Red Square Edged Pavers

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The Shelleys is a Grade II Star listed building in Lewes, built in 1577.  Lewes is one of the best preserved small market towns in England and characterized by historic buildings and traditional building materials.  Brick pavements in traditional Staffordshire Red are a feature in Lewes and these pavers were therefore a fitting choice for the restoration of this outdoor space.  As the owner Mr Fernandez explains “They are a traditional product in a natural colour which complements the brickwork in the building.  The red square edged pavers sit well with the red feature brickwork around the windows, and we have edged the terrace with the Ketley Staffordshire Blue paver which provides a good match to the main brickwork of the house.”

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