Hi allSo this weekend I have been helping the farther in law on his patio and he has come up short still needing about 8 of the biggest marshals Indian sandstone buff flags.I have called round all the places I used to know to see if anyone will have loose or split packs but I am coming up short with them either closed down or changed staff so I have no relationship there now.Do any of the paving guys know where i could get hold of some singles ?He got the project pack from jewsons and for a few flags he just can't justify getting a new pack to have loads left.RegardsNeal

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    Sorry about the format above as the return is not working so it's just continuing the post
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    Try rosehill brick and tile near Market Drayton for similar matching products and colour. Phil 01630 638360
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    Hi Neal, 

    Is it the standard Marshalls buff sandstone in 900x600? If so I know my local building supplies in Wellingborough called Higgins (not sure how far that is from you) Stock the Bradstone equivalent - Sunset Buff or Fossil Buff. They sell all 4 sizes individually so they may be able to help you out. 

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    Thanks guys,

    I managed to get the bradstone matched up from offcuts.
    Another weekend at it again now
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