The Kenley commercial awning has been distributed in the UK for over twenty five years and continues to be a significant player in the commercial awning market. Such a long time in production is due to the integrity of all the Kenley components due to its quality of raw materials and design which only this length of time can prove. The awnings is assembled by us in our London factory which means that fast deliveries are possible and a full maintenance backup is guaranteed. The Kenley commercial awning is available with electric or manual controls and a menu of automatic control options including sun and wind response. With arms up to 3.5 meters extension and widths from 2.00 meters up to 13.00 meters the Kenley is suitable for all commercial applications. The awning can be specified with any one of our range of 350 fabric options and the frame work, standard in white, can also be powder coated to any RAL specification.
Lot Bar & Restaurant of Brentwood, Essex, has been, a popular venue serving fresh food in the evenings since 2005. They create menu staples such as King Prawn Linguine which they then combine with traditional specials such as roast haunch of venison. The restaurant is family run and all food is made on the premises from scratch. Wherever possible, local produce is used which helps to support businesses within the community. In the evening there is a tapas menu that has been designed to share with friends over a few drinks. Tables can be booked any time of the day for breakfast, lunch, or a whole area can be set aside in the evening for parties or other special occasions.
Today Brentwood is a friendly place to shop or enjoy local entertainment but there have been more sinister connections in the past. Protestant martyr William Hunter was burnt at the stake in Brentwood in 1555 and a monument to him was erected by subscription in 1861 at Wilson’s Corner. Behind the green on Shenfield Road is the site of Hunter’s execution which is commemorated by a plaque in Brentwood school. Thomas Munn, a local robber, was not quite so noble, and was hanged a few years later for his misdemeanours and his body exhibited in chains at gallows corner.