Redland is marking the 30th anniversary of the introduction of its Cambrian Slate and, as part of the celebrations, is offering architects, specifiers and designers the chance to win a luxury break for two at the Celtic Manor Resort near Cardiff.
Made from over 60% recycled Welsh slate, Cambrian is designed to provide outstanding aesthetics, performance and installed-cost benefits.
Redland Cambrian Slates are designed with a three-point fixing, making them secure on exposed sites. Manufactured to be lightweight with a thin leading edge and surface patterning taken from impressions of real natural slates, and proven on pitches as low as 15°, the Slates are suitable for a wide range of projects. When installed with recommended fixings under the Redland SpecMaster service, the whole roof is backed by a 15-Year weathertightness, durability and design liability guarantee.
Three colours are available: Heather, Langdale Green and Slate Grey – with Slate Grey also being available in a pre-weathered finish.
The Celtic Manor Resort is set in 1400 acres of panoramic parkland at the gateway to Wales, offering two hotels and three 18-hole golf courses as well as dining and conference facilities. The prize consists of two nights stay at the resort hotel, three-course meals on both evenings, a full Welsh buffet breakfast and use of the Forum Health Club.