Gainsborough: Roofing company receive award for work on World War II Scottish cottages

Andrew Turnball from NFRC, Christian Brash from John Brash, Catriona Shearer from BBC Scotland and Dougie Mabon from DM Roofing.
Andrew Turnball from NFRC, Christian Brash from John Brash, Catriona Shearer from BBC Scotland and Dougie Mabon from DM Roofing.
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Gainsborough roofing company John Brash and Co Ltd has won an award for a project for National Trust for Scotland at the National Federation of Roofing Contractors’ (NFRC) Scottish Roofing Contractor of the Year Awards. The company’s western cedar shingles were used on the refurbishment of two culturally significant cottages within the grounds of Culzean Castle and Country Park near Maybole in Ayrshire.

The cottages were originally built for ex-servicemen following World War II.