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An Ironman Day Out in Bolton

August 25, 2016 written by Vicki Bale

I completed Ironman Bolton 2016 to raise money for Scleroderma Raynaud’s. This is the story of the day.

Priors Have A New Look Blog

February 16, 2015 written by Vicki Bale
Priors Period Ironmongery New Blog

We have just launched a new look blog which contains over 200 articles about our products, door furniture, window furniture and bathroom accessories.

We have now raised over £5000 for Scleroderma, with the efforts of family and friends, my cycling and Priors donations. We continue to raise money in memory of my husband Martin Foley who died last November. If you buy from us you give £1 to this cause.

Join Priors on Pinterest

October 18, 2014 written by Vicki Bale
Pinterest Georgian Doors & Door Furniture

We are active on Pinterest and have 37 boards and we are well on the way to 2500 pins! We are able to pin images to themed boards and you can take these to create your own boards.

Prudential London Cycle Completed

Despite just about the wettest conditions imaginable I completed the Prudential Ride London cycle raising over £3500 for Scleroderma. This was in memory of my late husband and business partner who was a sufferer for many years.

Priors Period Ironmongery send all over the World

July 23, 2014 written by Vicki Bale
Priors Send Period Ironmongery all over the world

Priors send Period Ironmongery all over the World. This article covers what we send and gives some feedback from happy customers.

Ready for the off cycling 100 miles for Scleroderma

On 10th August I am riding in the Prudential 100 cycle event in central London with 24,000 others to raise money for Scleroderma. This was the disease my husband died of at the end of last year.

Join Priors Period Ironmongery on Google +

July 18, 2014 written by Vicki Bale
Priors on Google Plus

Please come and join us on Google + for lots of interesting snippets about period door and window furniture.

Martin Foley Charity Fund

Priors will donate £1 from every transaction to this cause.
My husband and joint founder of Priors passed away in November after a 12 year struggle with the rare and horrible disease Scleroderma. I am working with my family to raise as much as we can for this great cause during 2014 in Martin’s memory. We hope he would be proud of us.

Priors New Website – Now Live

January 22, 2014 written by Vicki Bale
Priors New Website Home Page

After much hard work both by us and our new website hosts, we are happy to announce the arrival of our new website www.priorsrec.co.uk.
We hope all our visitors and customers enjoy visiting the new priorsrec site, whether to look for products to purchase or to consult our comprehensive Priors Blog.
Our customers should notice some real improvements to the shopping experience.

Priors New Website – Coming Soon!

October 5, 2013 written by Vicki Bale
Priors New Website Home page

Our new website will be launching soon. Lots of improvements and updates including a fresh new look, improved images, faster navigation and checkout. We hope you will like it!

Please sponsor me for a 60 mile cycle in aid of St Michael’s hospice, in memory of my brother-in-law Dr Chris Roberts.

Priors on Facebook

March 21, 2013 written by Vicki Bale
Priors Facebook

We are now on Facebook and have a growing our community of followers. Please follow us – it’s a great way to keep up with what we are up to! We are adding new postings every week.

Priors Reclamation evolves into Priors

January 22, 2012 written by Vicki Bale

After trading as Priors Reclamation for 14 years we have decided to drop the word Reclamation from our name.
Hope you like the new logo!

About Ditton Priors

April 9, 2010 written by Vicki Bale
View of Ditton Priors Shropshire

Come and visit us! Ditton Priors is a lovely village and this is a superb area in which to have a day out. The pub and tea rooms are on hand if you need refreshment. A great area for walkers, close to the historic towns of Ludlow, Bridgnorth, Much Wenlock and Shrewsbury and the wonderful museums of the Ironbridge Gorge.