ESTABLISHED IN 1921 
01794 322 908 
MON - FRI: 7:30am - 4:30pm 
SAT: 8m - 12pm 

Aggregate Supply & Truck Hire: 

W H Berry was established in 1921 by William Howard Berry, delivering sand and ballast with horse and carts from the same address near Romsey in Hampshire that the business still runs from. 
During the 1930’s, his son, jack Berry, built up and developed the business into a fleet of tipper lorries. The founders grandson, Jon Berry, then took over the business which he continued to run the business until his recent retirement, when the company was taken over by Natural stone and Timber Ltd, but still retaining the original principles of honesty and efficiency established nearly 100 years ago. 
With a wealth of experience in the aggregates industry, we have amassed a level of product knowledge that sets us apart from our competitors. When you contact us, you can be safe in the knowledge that our experts will guide you through our range of materials, helping with the complex measurements and conversions. 
In addition to our aggregate supply service, we also have a fleet of 6 high quality trucks available for hire. 

Our Range of Services Includes: 

Aggregate supply 
Any day delivery service 
Truck hire 
Free advice and estimates 
 
WHY CHOOSE W H BERRY & SON? 
 
We will deliver aggregates anywhere 
Vast product knowledge 
Free advice and guidance on materials and measurements 
The highest quality materials 
A fleet of 6 trucks owned by the company 
A testament to the quality of our service is that much of our business is through word-of-mouth and recommendation. We are happy to provide excellent customer references upon request. 
 
TELEPHONE: 01794 322 908 

Some of Our Images from Yester-year!: 

late 1960's loading in gravel pit 
1940's war effort - farmwork 
invoice from 1933 illustrating inflation! 
(Click on images to enlarge) 
1950's - how it used to be done - "shovel and sweat" 
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