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  1. WoodBlocX has been awarded a Queen's Award for Enterprise

    WoodBlocX has been awarded a Queen's Award for Enterprise
    We are pleased to announce that WoodBlocX has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the International Trade category for demonstrating exceptional growth in Europe. In 2018 we launched separate websites for France and Germany because we were getting so many requests from customers in those countries, we worked hard to ensure everything was translated and mirrored our...
  2. WoodBlocX has been accredited as a member of Made in Britain

    WoodBlocX has been accredited as a member of Made in Britain
    WoodBlocX has adopted the official, protected Made in Britain mark which lets customers know that we are a trusted company that values transparency, sustainability and ethical business practices. Our patented modular system for building raised beds, ponds, retaining walls, garden furniture and more, is designed and manufactured at our base in the Highlands of Scotland, domestic gardens across the UK...
  3. Christmas and New Year closing

    Christmas and New Year closing
    Our office and warehouse will be closed from 5pm on Tuesday 21st December, reopening at 9am on Monday 10th January 2022. If you have any questions or need some help during that time please send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Wishing you a wonderful Christmas and the happiest 2022. In...
  4. Latest delivery information

    Latest delivery information
    We are typically delivering our raised bed, retaining wall, garden furniture, pond and bespoke kits in two-three weeks. This slightly extended delivery time is due to a combination of high demand and ensuring that the appropriate safety measures are in place within our business. When browsing our products you will always see the most up-to-date delivery information for orders placed...
  5. Rob's small new build garden transformation

    Rob's small new build garden transformation
    Finding ideas for small gardens is the easy part, but transferring those ideas into a design that works perfectly for space available can be tricky, especially is the garden is sloped or on an incline. Our customer Rob struck the right balance of functionality and style whilst creating a design for his sloped garden that fits perfectly into the space...
  6. Gardening for better health and wellbeing in 2021

    Gardening for better health and wellbeing in 2021
    We asked Annabelle Padwick, the founder of Life at No.27 to share her expert advice on how gardening can improve mental health and is a powerful therapy for positive wellbeing. Annabelle is a professional gardener, wellbeing therapist, children’s author of YOU CAN grow your own food, feature writer for Kitchen Garden magazine and potato growing addict. Her therapeutic and educational programmes...
  7. Stay Home Photo Challenge Gallery

    Stay Home Photo Challenge Gallery
    We knew our 2020 Easter weekends were going to be a little bit different this year we decided to celebrate our customer gardens and show everyone the wonderful spaces that have been created using our raised beds, ponds, walls, steps and seating. We received lots of photos and wanted to put them all in one place so everyone can...
  8. Edinburgh's Saughton Park

    Edinburgh's Saughton Park
    Saughton Park is one of Edinburgh’s top ten parks, close the river Leith it has facilities for sports, recreation and has a rich history of growing plants for medicinal purposes. The park’s walled and physic garden is where the term ‘occupational therapy’ was coined thanks to the pioneering horticultural work of Dr William Lowe more than 100 years ago.The Physic and...
  9. New build garden transformation

    New build garden transformation
    New build gardens are often small and uninspiring, this garden design case study is full of ideas for transforming a blank canvas into something beautiful. Simon and his partner had lots of ideas for transforming their small new build garden. Their story is filled with ideas for small gardens and large ones.Tell us briefly how the garden was before you...
  10. Rob's Allotment - Crab apple trees and perennial vegetables

    Rob's Allotment - Crab apple trees and perennial vegetables
    Rob Smith knows a thing or two about gardening, he won the 2015 BBC Big Allotment Challenge, is a regular writer for popular magazines; Kitchen Garden and Garden News, he is also a seed guardian for the Heritage Seed Library and has a range of grafted vegetables and cut flowers, its safe to say he’s a busy man! Rob has...

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Awards & Accreditations

  • WoodBlocX Queen's Awards 2022
  • Made in Britain Badge
  • Feefo Platinum Reviews 2022