Triple Delight at Horizon

Congratulations to Horizon employees Daniel Bell, Simon Bray and Scott Grant who have all become proud dads for the first time, all within 6 months of each other.

Daniel Bell and his partner Tarah Reynolds set the ball rolling with the birth of their son Harrison Bell, 9lbs 6oz on the 25th of May at 1.05 in the afternoon, Simon was next to become a dad with his partner Abi Mankee giving birth to their daughter Indi-Rose Bray at 12.20pm on the 5th of November weighing 8lb  ½oz with Scott Grant’s partner Valene giving birth to their bundle of joy Malyka Grant weighing 6lb 14oz at 1.21am on the 12th of November.

Daniel & Harrison
Scott (2)
Scott, Valene & Malyka
Simon, Abi & Indie-Rose







Daniel joined his brother Gary at Horizon in 2011 and has been working with his brother who has been helping him to gain his NVQ Level 2 in roof slating and tiling, a delighted Daniel said “I couldn’t be happier, I now have a family it’s incredible”.

Simon joined Horizon as a roofing apprentice in 2002 is now fully qualified having completed his NVQ level 2 & level 3 and is now at the top of his trade, Simon said of the birth of his daughter “it’s the best feeling in the world, I am so proud of Abi and my daughter”.

Scott started with Horizon in 2010 and has qualified as a Roofer through on site assessment to NVQ level 2 and is working towards NVQ level 3, when asked how he felt now he was a dad Scott said “I’m made up and I know everyone says it but I feel like I’ve grown up in the last few days, I’m now responsible for this tiny little baby it’s unbelievable”.

From everyone at Horizon Roofing we would like to congratulate Daniel & Tarah, Simon & Abi, Scott & Valene on the birth of their babies Harrison, Indie-Rose & Malyka and wish them all the very best for the future.

Redland Launches Craftsman

Redland introduces the latest in its range of Great British Rosemary clay tiles, the Craftsman, which is being manufactured in its Bedworth plant in the Midlands.


The manufacturer has invested heavily in the plant to facilitate a unique manufacturing process where the tiles are produced on a unique manufacturing line to achieve a heritage look as required by many specifiers in the South East region.

The launch coincides with the 175th birthday of the first ever Rosemary tile being sold on the UK market. Since that day Rosemary tiles have been inextricably-linked with Britain’s vernacular architectural style.

The tile has a fine orange-red sanding over its surface, which is complimented by random black patterning to imitate a weathered surface. This affords the heritage look while maintaining all the attributes and strength of a brand new tile.

It has a random textured surface and underside combined with textured and sanded sides and front edge. Other characteristics of the tile are its irregular front edge distortion and varying hanging length. All these features combine to accurately replicate the look of genuinely hand-made clay tile.

Andy Dennis, Sales Director at Redland said: “We are very proud of our Rosemary clay range. It has been consistently in demand for the last 175 years and the new Craftsman launch reinforces the Rosemary brand as the premier clay tile in the UK. The launch of the Craftsman very much represents this as the product boasts the look and style of a heritage tile yet the strength and reliability of a new one.”

The Craftsman is positioned against hand-made tiles for residential developments. Demand is currently being led from the South East where an increase in sales has been recorded due to a spike in the volume of new build starts and clear demand for clay products.

Horizon continue Sponsorship of local football club

Horizon Roofing have continued their sponsorship of local football team Trevenson FC 1st team, Horizon have been sponsoring Trevenson for the last 10 years and each year they also manage to raise further sponsorship from their suppliers and clients.

Trevenson FC is a community charted football club based in the Pool area and has teams which range from a soccer school for under 7’s and there on teams at each age group up to under 16’s as well as a disabled team and a girls team, there are also an adults disabled team and 2 adults teams that play in the Trelawny League.

Horizon Roofing Managing Director Spencer Osborn who also manages the adult first team said ” As a community club we accept all young adults from all different types of background and football aside we help them achieve some structure and discipline to their daily lives and give them the opportunity to learn the importance of teamwork with a sense of pride which in the past has proved successful in preventing them taking an entirely different route. I have been at this club for 14 years now either as a player or manager and have seen some great players come through the club, i have also seen a lot of ups and downs over the years and if it wasn’t for the generosity of companies who sponsor us year in year out this club would of folded by now which would of left a big hole in the local community so i would like to say a big thanks to all those that sponsor us”


This year not only has Horizon sponsored the main team kit but they have also had sponsorship from Tony Puffett at Independant Slate Supplies, John Lee at Cornwall Cullet, Kevin Murch at CG Fry & Sons, Ian Coleman at Property Care Builders, Anthony Dale at Protec Scaffolding, Frank Royle at New Horizon Building Contractors and Martin Salway at The Roofing Centre all of which was greatly appreciated by the club.

To learn more about Trevenson FC or if you wish to help out or sponsor the club please visit their website or contact Spencer Osborn at