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Rivar Sand and Gravel, South Cerney, Gravel Paths, Landscaping Materials

Rivar Sand and Gravel Paths

At Rivar Sand and Gravel we are proud to be able to support local quarries and the use of natural resources from within miles of our depots.

Allowing customers to purchase locally sourced products is a joy and we’ve seen our happiness reflected in the faces of the many customers who have made their choice of driveway gravel from the Thames Valley, South Cerney or Cotswolds.

People who’ve gone local when choosing gravel for paths around their property appreciate our ability to provide small amounts for DIY projects through to bulk gravel supplies for commercial and extensive landscaping work.

The experts at Rivar Sand and Gravel at our Windlesham, Thatcham and Tadley depots can assure you that there is a local gravel product to suit modern, traditional, monochrome, natural, and themed outdoor spaces. The locality boasts variety.

South Cerney Gravel the Jack of All Trades

For example South Cerney Gravel can’t just be used as driveway gravel and for paths, it lends itself to border edging, mulching for pots and flower beds and to highlighting features.

10mm semi rounded South Cerney Gravel is also called pea shingle. It’s small but strong, functional and eye pleasing. The 20-5mm South Cerney Gravel is robust and adds a chunkier appearance and texture to your outdoor space.

This gravel can be placed in almost any location with a superior level of confidence that it won’t crumble or lose its aesthetics. In the middle of a dark dank winter’s day the gravels warm buff tones will be a welcome sight.

South Cerney Gravel is sourced in the South Cerney area, as you’d expect but it is popular the length and breadth of the country. It’s one of our finest and best selling driveway gravels.

When choosing materials for gravel paths this is a product which is hard to beat, it can withstand traffic and it has the additional benefit of being easy to blend with the natural surroundings.

Whilst concrete or paving looks new and purpose laid the gravel will forever look as if it belongs and is wholly at one with its surroundings.


We advise customers that one tonne of gravel should cover approximately twelve metres squared when it’s laid 1.5 to 2 inches deep. If you need us to calculate how much you need for your project and whether you need bulk gravel supplies, it will be our pleasure.

Gravel is so easy to handle and install, it’s economical and it lasts for such a long time, you’ll wonder why you settled for bland concrete or bare soil for so long. That’s the charm of South Cerney Gravel and other locally sourced gravels.

We are happy to talk about gravel all day long so if you have any questions we would love to answer them. We didn’t earn our reputation as an outstanding landscaping materials company by being unhelpful.

Rivar Sand and Gravel’s team likes to think that we go the proverbial extra mile for knowledge, products and of course, customer service. Put us to the test whenever you want gravel paths and driveways.

Locations we cover:

(From our Hare Hatch Depot:) Reading, Twyford, Henley, Peppard, Kidmore End, Sonning Common, Shiplake, Wargrave, Sonning, Maidenhead, Marlow, Holyport, Windsor, Bray, Binfield

(From our Thatcham Depot:) Pangbourne, Theale, Bradfield, Padworth, Beenham, Aldermaston, Woolhampton, Bucklebury, Newbury, Thatcham, Hungerford, Kintbury

(From our Tadley Depot:) Basingstoke, Tadley, Oakley, Baughurst, Chineham, Hook, Kingsclere, Headley, Yateley, Hartley Wintney, Heckfield, Basing, Wasing, Whitchurch, Overton, Litchfield

(From our Windlesham Depot:) Ascot, Binfield, Bracknell, Wokingham, Sunninghill, Sunningdale, Virginia Water, Egham, Staines, Windlesham, Bagshot, Camberley

and everywhere in between...