Family Owned and Run - Established 2003 Free Brochure


This range of mobile field shelters are built on a timber towing frame and are available in sizes from 3m wide to 4.8m wide.  Our mobile field shelters can be adapted for variety of uses.

Have a look at the selection below, but please let us know if you cannot find what you are looking for.

Mobile Field Shelters – Timber Towing Frame
  • Mobile Hay Barn/Store View
  • Single Mobile Field Shelter - with overhang View
  • Single Mobile Field Shelter - no overhang View
  • Single Mobile Shelter with Metal Gate View
  • Mobile Field Shelter with Tack Room View
  • Single Mobile Field Shelter with Wooden Gate View
  • Metal Gate View
  • Slip Rails View
  • Timber Towing Frame & Towing Bracket View


Mobile Field Shelter Specification (Timber Towing Frame)

Shiplap Cladding 

Top grade redwood shiplap cladding 16mm x 150mm, fixed with 50mm sheradised ring shank nails.


The frameworks are manufactured with kiln dried timber, 47mm x 75mm. All timber is regularised and strength graded for structural use to C16-C24.


All stables are kickboarded as standard to a height of 1.2m high with exterior grade 12mm WISA Spruce plywood – multiple 5 layered, for structural integrity.


Black Onduline roof with galvanised ridge.  Also available in green, brown or red.  Standard roof pitch is 15 degrees.  Purlins 100mm x 47mm, 125mm x 47mm, 100mm x 100mm.  Fitted to Onduline specification.


100mm half round black guttering with 50mm round downpipes are fitted as standard to the front of all buildings.  Back guttering is available.

Towing Frame

Timber towing frame is constructed with 94mm x 94mm pressure treated timber.  Towing points at both ends, includes heavy duty chain.


Buildings are treated with an animal friendly preservative product to a golden brown finish before leaving our workshop.

Other Details

All buildings are 2.2m to the eaves and approximately 2.9m to the ridge.  Overhang at 0.9m deep, supplied unlined (if applicable).  All internal roof trusses are open to aid ventilation except when sited next to a tack/feed room. In this instance they are fully boarded to ensure security is maintained.

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