Deans traditional awnings have been the mainstay of our business for over one hundred and twenty years and we still craft them to the same high standard as back then. We use FSA accredited hardwood timbers for the boxes and laths which are painted in environmentally sound high quality, water based, paints to client colour specification. The fabric covers are in UV and soil resistant materials which can be decorated with custom logos including gold leaf if required. Arms and fittings are of cast and drawn iron and steel, powder coated for a fine finish with resilience to withstand the effects of our weather. Deans awnings and shop blinds are the product of choice for many councils and historic building preservation agencies and meet theBritish Blinds and Shutters Association standards.
These Deans traditional awnings are installed at The Soho House Farmhouse in Great Tew, Chipping Norton. A member’s club in 100 acres of Oxfordshire countryside with 40 cabins, a four-bedroom cottage and a seven-bedroom farm house. Club spaces include the Main Barn and Mill Room for eating and drinking, a Boathouse with outdoor and indoor heated pools, Cowshed Relax spa with Steam and Sauna Island, and Cowshed Active with gym and studio. There is also an Electric Barn cinema, tennis courts, a five-a-side football pitch, horse stables, and a Teeny Barn and Camp.
Great Tew itself is a village and civil parish in the Cotswold Hills in Oxfordshire, England, about 5 miles NE of Chipping Norton and 8 miles south-west of Banbury. The 2011 Census recorded a parish population of 156. It is in the West Oxfordshire district. It has no parish council, but holds an annual parish meeting.