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William Wood and Son

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March 1959.

of North British Wharf, Wood Green, London N.

0f Taplow, Bucks

1850 Company established.

1895 Incorporated as a Limited Company.

1914 Horticultural Specialists, Estate and Garden Contractors, Horticultural Building, Hot Water Engineering, specialists in Rock and Water Gardens, Stone Temples, Summer Houses, Pergolas etc., Manures and Fertilisers for all purposes, Soils and Composts for all plant life, Chemistry including Insecticides, Fungicides, Weed Killers etc., Implements-Horticultural, Forestry etc. including Spraying Machines, Mowing Machines, Motor Mowing, Machines, Wire Goods, Garden Pavilions, Rose Temples, Wire Fencing, Tree Guards, Wire Rope, Barbed Wire and Netting, Fruit Enclosures. Employees 30. [1]

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