Once the capital of Roman Britain, Colchester is our oldest recorded town. Colchester Castle is one of the most important heritage sites in England and the largest Norman keep in Europe. Whilst it is brimming with historical importance, Colchester is very much a forward-thinking town and is one the fastest growing in Britain. The city has become an important centre for the arts, and currently has an Arts Centre situated inside a thousand year old church, as well as many other local galleries.
With a combination of historical importance and appreciation of the arts, it should come as no surprise that our timeless wooden worktops are very popular in and around Colchester. Thanks to their natural beauty and suitability in a wide range of kitchen themes, solid wood worktops are an enduringly popular choice for modern kitchens - whether you live in a country cottage or a contemporary townhouse.
Our wide range of worktops are manufactured in Europe and sourced from sustainable locations throughout Europe and Africa. We are sure that you'll find a suitable worktop in our collection, but if you would like to come and have a closer look, our Harlow showroom is less than 50 miles away from Colchester. Our showroom manager is on hand to talk you through a variety of inspirational display kitchens that showcase our most popular worktops, whilst samples of every worktop are also available to take away.
We can deliver to Colchester and the surrounding area on any weekday of your choice thanks to our 2Man teams, who can deliver your worktop to a ground-floor location of your choice. Unlike many of our competitors, our worktops are kept in stock and we can often guarantee next day delivery if your order is placed before 12 noon.
Don't waste your time with high-street retailers, our wide choice of solid wood worktops is best available in and around Colchester. Our fast delivery service and knowledgeable customer service team make it easier than ever to buy worktops for your kitchen.
Order your worktops by 12 noon for next day delivery to Colchester.
"Colchester castle" by Sannse is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0
"St Nicholas Church in Colchester High Street Circa 1880" by KentBlaxill1838 is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0