Work by Lindum Joinery has featured on the international equestrian stage following the completion of a recent commission.
The team at Lindum Joinery have made three dressage judging boxes for this year’s Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials. The bespoke units were designed by local event branding experts Henson Franklyn for use at the high profile annual event.
Elizabeth Inman, Director of the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, said: “Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials attracts over 160,000 international competitors, retailers and visitors as one of the top equestrian and social events in the world. The magnificent Burghley House as a back drop characterises the extremely high standards we expect for every part of our event and having a local company like Lindum Joinery who are able to meet our expectations is a real bonus. We are particularly delighted with the dressage judges’ boxes recently supplied for use at the event in September and we have received numerous complimentary comments about them.”
Paul Brown, Manufacturing Manager for Lindum Joinery, said “We thrive on the variety of work we do for our clients, no one day is ever the same. Although we have done work for Burghley before, the dressage units were a new project. The majority of the work we do is building related, interior and exterior, but we have received some notable commissions from the equestrian community recently with this and the high specification stable doors for York Racecourse among our client list.”
Photo above shows the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials winner 2016, Christopher Burton, performing his dressage phase infront of the judging box made by Lindum Joinery.