Cleft, Wood or Metal Fencing
All of our hardwood fencing are made from the highest quality responsibly sourced English Oak
Oak, Entrance and Garden Gates
We use only the highest quality responsibly sourced materials for all of our handmade wooden gates
Garden Furniture and Buildings
Our range of traditional items for the garden are all hand made and can undertake bespoke projects and are able to work with Architects and Garden Designers to realise their creations
Boat Houses and Bridges
Our wet boat houses and bridges are designed to create a beautiful feature for the lake or river.
Animal Shelters and Chicken Houses
Beautiful and Bespoke hand crafted animal shelters built using only the highest quality materials designed to sit in harmony with the countryside.
Welcome to Winterborne Zelston Fencing
Here at Winterborne Zelston Fencing we are committed to delivering the highest standards of service, quality and excellence whilst promoting conservation and management of British woodlands, their industries and craftsmen.
Please contact us if you would to discuss your requirements or have any qurestions or alternatively browse our below image galleries for more examples of our work.
Modern Work, Traditional Methods
We have worked with many designers and we have been involved with numerous projects both large and small helping to transform gardens and estates with our many years of experience and traditional working craft techniques.
One such project was Hatch House where the owner once said 'this fearsome military officer has built a wonderful business making natural-looking cleft-oak building and fences' and has used our services since his first project having 'spied a beautiful duck house advertised in the back of a magazine'.
For this particular project we designed and built some 'beautiful goal posts' for the family to enjoy their football games as well as surrounding the tennis court with 'A beautiful cleft-oak railing made wide enough for viewers to sit and watch play at the sides of the court and slightly taller at the ends to catch balls'. He also says 'It is a work of genius and a template that should be used for tennis courts everywhere. No need to compromise with hideous plastic mesh' .
Further details about the designer, the project and the garden at Hatch House can be found in the book The Private Gardens of England edited by Tania Compton