Keeping you up to date with PolyStone Designs


PolyStone Designs would like to announce the arrival of the new 'Spectrum' Collection, that will run alongside the original Herculite material. Sourced from a spray bay facility, similar to Lyneham's set up, but from the commercial vehicle industry. The colours are increasingly more vibrant and varied. This new material is 'Spectrumite'.



Please look out for our advert in the local 'Town Crier Advertiser'. We are on the very first page and will be in the next five editions running up to Christmas.


Polystone has been very fortunate that the RAF magazine 'Envoy' has published a 2 page article about me you can read the piece on line using the following link. The article can be found on pages 16 and 17.


Recently, PolyStone Designs has been fortunate enough to have attained some fantastic media publicity and we have also exhibited at our first commercial fayre and will be at 'Art in the Park' at Monkton Park, Chippenham, Wilts on the 14th July (weather permitting!).


It all started with an article by Tom Mooney in the Wiltshire Gazette and Herald after he received a phone call from an admirer of my creations, who works at the Calne Town Hall.


This was followed with articles on several local news web sites, including BBC Wiltshire online by Sarah Jones and also the main BBC News web site.


In quick succession I was also interviewed by Matthew Smith, for BBC Wiltshire Radio, which aired on Friday 27th of January, which you can hear by clicking on the link.


Then totally to our surprise, James Hassan from BBC Points West television, called on the same day to arrange for a interview, which was filmed and televised on Monday 30th January.



The Wedding Fayre at the Calne Town Hall on Sunday 12th of February, was very eventful. The feedback and interest from all the stall visitors was extremely positive and very encouraging. Although this event was intended for pre-ordering for Wedding days, we had the fortune to not only have a an item purchased, but it was by the Mayor of Calne herself. Glenis is holding the sculpture 'Escargot' which she bought.


Mayor and Me