We are a family run business with Clive Martin & Emma Hines (brother & sister) leading a small but dedicated team consisting of, Katherine (Shop Manager), Molly, Seline and Paige in the equestrian shop, and Andy and Rob in the workshop supported by Anji (Clive’s wife) in the office.
The business was established in 1911 and was farmed by Clive & Emma's great Grandfather who traded as F. Martin & Son, it was then passed down to their parents, Don & Aud, Don sadly passed away in December 2017,but Audrey still lives at the farm and always remains quite active helping out wherever she can. Over the last thirty years "Martins" has evolved from a mixed arable & livestock farm selling a small amount of feed, to one of the largest independently owned equestrian based shops in the area. The joinery workshops produce a range of bespoke outdoor joinery and steelwork, although having made many large bespoke timber structures in the past, which you can see on the portfolio/projects page, they now mainly concentrate on gates plus a range of fencing, trellis, pergolas and gazebos etc all made to order. Also in stock there is a large range of pressure treated timber, posts, fencing, ironmongery and bark.
Donald Martin 1935 - 2017
HECKINGTON SHOW 2014
This is our mobile unit, which began about nine years ago, touring around Equestrian & Country Shows around the East Midlands. Headed up by Emma, we are now covering most of our shows with our "Joules Clothing" range.
Lincoln Agricultural Show - June
Woburn Abbey Garden Show - June
Festival of Hunting - July
Equifest - August
Flintham Ploughing Match - September
Southwell Ploughing Match - September
2015 Competition Winners
Our shop staff have won Emma's dog "Millie"
the prize for the National head of the
Spillers Feed Competiton meet & greet team
for best display of our
Happy Hoof Range !!!
Anual Open Day 2017
We were very happy to present our chosen charity
"Help For Horses" with a cheque for £250, which was very kindly donated to us
for the loan of our display horse "Bobby"
CHRISTMAS JUMPER DAY 2017