Local business “Millwood Crafts” has won an award in the first JFC Inovations Awards in Ireland. Brothers John and Benny Robinson from Benburb lanched their business in May 2006 and the business has grown from strength to strength since. Their range of products varies from an individual building such as a calf house to a full farmyard or a stable yard and jump area.
The uniqueness and quality is demonstrated in each handcrafted piece right from the working gates to the light bulbs. This dedication to detail and quality was what helped “Millwood Crafts” secure a place within the top 4 of the manufacturing section in the Awards categories. It is the first year for the JFC Inovation Awards for Ireland to take place and John and Benny were delighted with their success. Representatives from “Millwood Crafts” travelled to Athlone to the Awards ceremony and were warmly received as the only finalists from Northern Ireland.
Millwood Crafts has developed it’s products with assistance rom CAFRE. All their products are Safety Standard Tested and are suitable for age 3+.
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(Photo: From Left to right, Agricultural Minister Noel Tracey, John and Benny Robinson co-owners of Millwood Crafts, and John Concannon proprieter of JFC.)