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Welcome to Jim Lawrence 


Our Suffolk Showroom




Our Address


Jim Lawrence Traditional Ironworks
The Ironworks, Lady Lane, Hadleigh,
Suffolk, IP7 6BQ

Email: sales@jim-lawrence.co.uk

Opening times


Monday - 10am - 3:30pm
Tuesday - 10am - 3:30pm
Wednesday - 10am - 3:30pm
Thursday 10am - 3:30pm
Friday 10am - 3:30pm
Saturday - Closed
Sunday - Closed

Access


Plenty of customer parking is available at the front and immediate right of the showroom. The showroom is completely accessible to wheelchairs.

Directions 


To see a map and get directions to our Hadleigh showroom

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Supporting our shop staff to make the right choices 


As a family run business, we absolutely prioritise the safety of our staff.  We are constantly monitoring and adhering to all the latest best practice guidelines issued by the Government and World Health Organisation. If you have any questions or concerns about any of our current policies, please call us on 01473 826699.

Our entire product range is available online via our website
www.jim-lawrence.co.uk where you can also view our most up to date stock information.
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Hadleigh showroom
Come and visit us at our beautiful Suffolk showroom in the historic market town of Hadleigh where our shop and workshop is located on Lady Lane just off the A1071 Ipswich Road. Our showroom houses our entire range of over 8,000 products. You can see how stunning our lights look in situ and use our displays to find inspiration for your window, door and bathroom accessories.

If you can't find a product in the particular finish you require, our helpful sales team will be able to source one from our workshop and show it to you so you can be sure you've found the perfect piece for your home. We also stock our fabulous collection of over 80 luxury fabrics for you to browse and have samples of all our hand made lampshades - in a multitude of different shapes and sizes for you to look at.

We have all the fixtures and fittings you need to complete the finishing touches to your home, including our renowned wall, pendant, outdoor and bathroom lighting ranges, floor and table lamps, our huge selection of lamp shades, curtain poles, finials and brackets, door handles, knobs, latches, hinges, escutcheon plates, drawer pulls, door knockers, letter boxes, fireside ironmongery and our forged iron furniture.

Dogs Welcome


Since our first days on the farm we've always loved having a dog about. Please do feel free to bring yours along to our showroom where they are guaranteed to get lots of attention (and biscuits)! 
While you are here you could pop into the centre of Hadleigh for a coffee and bite to eat and wander along the old High Street, marvel at its beautiful old buildings and eclectic mix of shops, services, restaurants, cafés and pubs that are known for their individuality, quality and care.

Hadleigh is an ancient market town full of character and history, set in the lush and fertile valley of the River Brett. Once an immensely wealthy wool and cloth town, the manor of Hadleigh was given to the Priory of Canterbury Cathedral in the 13th century meaning it was under direct control of the Archbishop of Canterbury for hundreds of years. 

It retains many of the 15th-century brick and timber framed buildings that Suffolk is famous for and has no less than 246 listed buildings; four of them Grade 1 – The Guildhall, St Mary’s Church, the Deanery Tower and the Coffee Tavern in the High Street where you can see beautifully detailed 17th century decorative plasterwork or 'pargeting'.

The town lies in the heart of Constable Country, so called because it produced two of our most famous artists – John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough – who were born and lived nearby and whose paintings celebrate the beauty of our big Suffolk skies and idyllic countryside.

Twentieth-century artist Cedric Morris also spent forty years in Hadleigh. A post-impressionist and pioneering gardener, he founded the rebellious East Anglian School of Painting and Drawing with fellow painter and sculptor Arthur Lett-Haines whose students included Lucian Freud and locally raised Maggi Hambling.
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