Johnston Quarry Group backs the Stars

Johnston Quarry
Group will proudly appear on the Oxford City Stars new home shirt this season.

The major
quarrying, stone and masonry business has joined the Stars’ family as a shirt
sponsor for the 2019/20 campaign.

It will appear on the new shirt which is proudly returning to yellow and blue following a fans’ vote. 

The Johnston Quarry Group proudly supplies quintessentially sustainable British building materials from its quarries and mines throughout the UK. They provide incredibly durable results and provenance alongside character with naturally enhanced unique pleasing aesthetics.

Paul Keyte, of Johnston Quarry Group, said: “We’ve
been impressed with the direction the Stars are taking and the impact the club
is making in Oxfordshire. It’s a great evening out at Oxpens and a real
community spirited club and we’re proud to become a sponsor.”

Stars director Greig Box Turnbull said: “Johnston Quarry Group are a major business, not just in Oxfordshire, but nationally. To have such a respected business back the Stars is testament to the vision and values we are instilling at the club and we are delighted to have them on board. A big thank you to Paul and the team at Johnston Quarry Group and we look forward to welcoming them at Oxpens across the season.”

The Johnston Quarry Group is able to guide you towards selecting the best stone to meet your requirements, whether you are an architect, designer, developer or home owner.

From its historic Stoke Hill Mine near Bath, the mellow hues and glow of the Cotswolds from Oathill, the unique ferriginous Ironstone at Great Tew to the hard fossiliferous limestones from Creeton in Lincolnshire, each of its quarries produce unique beds of stone. Its stone is suitable for a wide range of applications including building, architectural masonry and detailing, flooring, new build, residential and commercial, monumental and ecclesiastical restorations, renovations, aggregates and landscaping. It supplies over 60,000 tons of block stone each year to its own processing facilities at Great Tew and Hornton Grounds near Banbury alongside local stone processing and masonry companies throughout Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties.

You can read more about Johnston
Quarry Group here:

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partner of the Stars please get in touch via:

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