A classical English Country Gate named after the county in which it was made. Available in 3ft (0.915m), 6ft (1.83m), 7ft (2.13m), 9ft (2.74m), and 12ft (3.66m).
With its raised stile this is a gate with a long tradition of creating an entrance with distinction. Available in 12ft (3.66m), 7ft (2.13m) and 8ft (2.44m).
With an extra bar capable of containing small pets this gate combines a distinctive profile with practicality. Avaialble in 7ft (2.13m).
Perfect for a wider entrance which may also be used by larger vehicles. With an enhanced presence there is also plenty of room for a float, a trailer or a truck.
In addition to providing a distinctive entrance these gates are ideal for a driveway with a steep incline.
This arrangement provides a wide entrance with the advantage of a slightly smaller gate for pedestrian traffic, a horse rider, a small tractor or ride-on mower.
Ideal for an entrance with a high level of pedestrian use. The daily walk becomes easier with only the need to open a small access gate.
This is indeed a very strong gate. Based on a standard Somerset Gate it has a considerably strengthened bottom rail. Ideal for stock paddocks. Available in 12ft (3.66m).
The specie of wood used in the timber gates sold by Westbury Gates is Norwegian Spruce otherwise known as White Spruce. It is a slow growth plantation timber sourced from Finland. We suggest you Google the timber specie because it is widely used as a building and timber gate material in Europe and has a reputation for being light, very strong and resistant to warping or distorting.
From the early days of aviation until well into the 1940’s Norwegian Spruce was widely used for making airframes for aeroplanes because of its considerable strength while also being relatively light.
When used for making timber gates, Norwegian Spruce has proved itself as a durable timber which is much less heavy than timber gates made from Australian Hardwood. That is important when it comes to hanging a timber gate. It means that when hung properly our timber gates will stay in position and avoid sagging. It also means that longer timber gates can be hung allowing for much wider driveway entrances.