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Our craftsmen played Santa when they donated a trailer load of wood to Headway Shropshire.

The charity helps to rehabilitate people with an acquired brain injury and will use the timber off cuts and plyboard sheets in its woodwork room. Clients make items such as bird tables, bee hotels, shelving and artworks to help with their cognitive skills such as co-ordination and memory.

Our craftsmen used their skills to make bespoke distinctive furniture for a landmark new UK headquarters.

Made to measure kitchenettes, touch-open lockers and furnishings for themed training rooms were installed at the prestige Aico building off Masebury Road, Oswestry, to aid its standout look.

Master craftsman Rob Madeley has retired after 23 years’ service.

The well-respected bench joiner used his skills on a range of work from commercial and domestic to refurbishment schemes and special projects.

Our craftsmen have built and installed a huge lantern light feature as part of a major restoration scheme at a Grade II* listed Shropshire mansion.

The team created the 3.3 metres wide octagonal lantern roof light, weighing 1,200 kilos, for the octagonal music room at Brogyntyn Hall in Oswestry.

We have put our considerable skills to use to construct a bridge for a rural Shropshire estate.

So big was the timber-clad, steel structure that it was made at our base at Bicton Business Park then disassembled so that it could be transported 20 miles away, craned into position and then rebuilt in its permanent position.

We have seen increased demand from customers and other joinery professionals for our service at its Bicton Business Park workshop. The booth was installed so doors, windows, furniture and other items it makes by hand could be supplied ready painted or lacquered with a quality factory finish.

Our team has played its part with bespoke work to mark the 150th anniversary of our parent company, Morris & Company.

Leading local business, Morris Joinery has appointed experienced operator Matthew Tyrrell as its new Joinery Manager to develop and build on its success.

Morris Joinery has been awarded a coveted commission from Historic England to restore and replace a total of 39 windows at the town’s historic Flaxmill Maltings, known as the grandparent of the modern skyscraper.

A local joinery manufacturer has won a prized Shropshire Business Award for its commitment to growing skills through apprenticeships.

We have been shortlisted as a finalist in the Shropshire Business Awards for our dedication to the employment of apprenticeship schemes.

We have won an extensive commission to manufacture and supply bespoke joinery for a development on the outskirts of Shrewsbury to convert an historic flour mill into a prestigious residential development.

We have appointed experienced joiner Alistair Jones at our Bicton workshop to meet a growing demand for our services.

We have appointed Matthew Tyrrell as our new Assistant Joinery Manager to support growth at our Bicton workshop.

A £750,000 refurbishment of the Moser Library at Shrewsbury School has been completed by Morris Joinery, supported by Morris Property.

A major £1.5 million scheme to provide a café, shop, heritage centre and improved accommodation for priests at Shrewsbury’s Roman Catholic Cathedral has been completed by a local company with specialist skills.

A Shrewsbury business specialising in bespoke traditional and contemporary joinery has invested in a state-of-the-art paint spray booth to provide a fully finished decoration service for its customers and other joinery professionals.

Local business Morris Joinery, has been inspired to offer work experience to five prospective bench joiners who will have the opportunity to gain a full time traineeship or apprenticeship in September.