News | 16 Jun 2021
When Primary Aggregates were approached by one of the oldest Scout troops in existence we were delighted to be able to help. Dating back to 1908, the Petersham and Ham Sea Scouts have had many interesting events; the scout hut has burned down on several occasions (which is why they are called the Phoenix troop), world wars have come and gone, though a corner of their field still contains the remnants of an old Spitfire from the last one, and they have survived the rising Thames tide levels.
The latest hut is finally finished and a new track was required to reach it. Primary Aggregates supplied 80 Tonnes of MOT Type 1 as a sub-base and quickly and efficiently delivered the material to ensure the new hut could be accessed immediately.