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Cotswold Golden Path 10mm Dust Bulk Bag Only


Cotswold Golden Path 10mm Dust is a natural golden self-binding limestone material for paths, car parks and light traffic areas where a hard surface is required without using any tarmac, cement or artificial binders. This blend of natural limestones is used in many National Trust properties in order to create natural looking hardstanding areas and pathways.

This self binding gravel creates a professional finish. Please read below for more information on how to use this product.

When you want a hard bound surface and that is not gravelled or artificial, the best solution is a self binding limestone,this is a blend of limestone from 10mm down to dust which is applied at 75mm deep and rolled to 50mm finished depth. The first rolling is with a vibratory roller or plate to compact and then wetted and rolled again without vibrating to seal the surface with the fines wetted through filling the surface voids. A slight camber or slope is normally designed in to allow water run off to keep the surface good. The surface is normally laid on compacted hardcore or MOT type 1 and general coverage is eight square metres per tonne.

Cotswold Golden Path is available in tippers as well for large contracts and is a great choice where used in areas of environmental sensitivity. The colour is a warm beige and buff and the finished surface would normally have a scattering of loose chippings over a solid smooth surface; looking very simple and natural.

Recommended Laying Method
It is recommended that a timber edging is put down to receive the gravel. It should be laid on a well consolidated MOT type 1 base. To create this compacted base the MOT type 1 will need to be evenly laid & rolled. (The heavier roller used, the better compaction) It is essential that the base allows for drainage.

The gravel is then to be spread evenly on top of the compacted ground & similarly rolled, this time the first rolling is with a vibratory roller or plate to compact. It is then wetted and rolled again without vibrating, this is to seal the surface with the fines wetted through filling the surface voids. A slight camber or slope is normally designed in to allow water run off. The initial laying of the gravel should be at a depth of 75mm before compaction. The final thickness once compacted should be a thickness of 50mm. The coverage is generally 8 m2 per tonne.
The finished surface would normally have a scattering of loose chippings over the solid surface creating an effective finish. The Cotswold gold is a popular choice, with no use of resins, it is a cost effective and durable product.


To keep gravel looking fresh all year round the occasional gentle sweep with a soft broom may be required to move any fallen leaves.
If potholes occur in the gravel a small neat area around the pothole should be removed and replaced by fresh gravel, it should then be rolled as per our laying instructions then water rolled to match it up to the existing gravel.
Weeds shouldn’t be pulled from the gravel as this will loosen the compacted gravel. These areas should be sprayed with a water based weed killer.


Rake the top surface of the gravel at about a 25mm depth, once loosened this top layer will need to be discarded. A fresh layer of gravel is then to be applied and rolled as per original laying instructions.



Delivery & Stock Status

Available for next working day delivery! (on all orders placed before 1pm)



We do not deliver with hiab or crane offloading. Bulk bag and poly bag deliveries will be made by a kerbside tail-lift lorry to put the pallet as near as possible to where you need it. The ground and road need to be flat, level and solid to use this system. If you have any doubts please contact us for further details. Broken concrete, gravel or sloping ground is unsuitable and pallets may only be left on the roadside at the drivers discretion if he deems it safe to do so.

It is the customers responsibility to ensure that there is someone is available at the property to receive the items on the date of delivery. We try where possible to contact you one hour before the delivery is due however this isn’t guaranteed and can depend on the drivers schedule. Any failed deliveries due to unsuitable delivery conditions are the customers responsibility, if the items ordered require re-delivery due to no one being available to sign for the goods, this cost must be paid by the customer. Re-delivery typically costs £15 + VAT per pallet of goods however this can vary depending on area.

Orders must be placed by (12am) midday otherwise the order will not be processed until the next working day. We also offer a Saturday A.M. delivery (for orders placed up to before midday Friday) for a surcharge of £40 dependant on the area. This saves you the inconvenience of having to take time off work. Weekday deliveries are made between 8am & 6pm. Delivery dates are usually adhered to however please be aware that this is NOT guaranteed, but 98% of orders are delivered on the day that was requested. The hauliers can experience problems on the roads due to unforeseen circumstances which can result in delays.

We can deliver next day (Monday to Friday) if ordered before midday certain areas, otherwise delivery would be on the next working day after. Orders placed on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays will be processed on the morning of the next working day.  Next day delivery is only available in some parts of the UK but this covers the vast majority of the population. Please call us on 01274 699233 to discuss arranging this at a cost of £5 per pallet.

If you have large quantities that you would like to order please email us at for a delivery quotation and bulk rate price.

Returns policy

How To Return An Item:

Your item must be in its original unused condition to be returned, unless there is a manufacturer defect. Your must return the item within 14 days of your purchase.

1. Please email to request a refund and we will assign you a tracking number. Please note that for non-faulty items the carriage cost must be paid for by the customer for both returning the goods as well as the outgoing charge, this amount will be deducted from your refund. 

2.  Items are to be returned item to:
Unit 1, South Bradford Trading Estate,
Brighouse Road,
Bradford, BD12 0NQ 

3. Include in your package a signed letter stating the reason for your return and the original invoice.

Return Exceptions

Merchandise that has been worn, used, or altered will not be accepted for return or exchange unless are deemed to be not fit for purpose. This will be decided by The Pebble Mill upon receipt of the goods.


If your clothing item is in like new condition, you may exchange your clothing item for a different size or colour. You will not be subject to a restocking fee in this case, but you still will have to pay return shipping.


The customer is fully responsible for any installation of the products they purchase.